Category Archives: long distance routes

A year of walking the John Muir Way

In celebration of the John Muir Way opening six years ago this week, Vicki Mowat, SNH Communications Officer, reflects on  her journey walking the John Muir Way.  I’m remembering this walk fondly during the lockdown – and certainly hoping to … Continue reading

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New leadership’s first annual report sees year of successes and looks to the future

2017/18 was a year of change for SNH.  We welcomed a new Chair and a new CEO; and we refreshed our Corporate Plan, with an eye to the future and a stronger focus on the benefits that connecting people and … Continue reading

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The alternative ‘NC500.8’

Scotland’s answer to Route 66, the North Coast 500, is being hailed as the new must-do cycle route.  SNH staff member Gill Agnew headed off to experience its spectacular scenery and thrilling ups and downs for herself. Genius! Recognise the … Continue reading

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