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Sources for Ramble Routes

Other Groups for the Disabled

Our Supporters and Sponsors

Access Organisations

 

Sources for Ramble Routes

The Fieldfare Trust
Fieldfare works with people with disabilities and countryside managers to improve access to the countryside for everyone.

Phototrails
Phototrails provides detailed accessibility information for trails throughout the UK.

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Other Groups for the Disabled

Forth & Tay Disabled Ramblers
A sister organisation based around the Forth and Tay area.

Disabled Ramblers (England and Wales)
A sister organisation in England and Wales

List of UK Disabled Rambling Clubs
Ableize has built the most up to date resource and collection of UK disabled ramblers and rambling clubs, built in 2006 and updated in 2013. Find disabled ramblers information, groups and clubs organising disabled rambling for people with disabilities and mobility problems.

Sailability Scotland
Sailability Scotland is an independent Scottish Charity working with sailing clubs, centres and sailing schools throughout Scotland to improve and develop opportunities for the integration and support of people with disabilities into the sport of sailing and its associated pursuits. Here is a link to their recent Newsletter.

Walking on Air
Walking on Air is a Scottish charity enabling people with disabilities to soar like birds.
We utilise the facilities at the Scottish Gliding Centre to provide an opportunity for people with disabilities and a sense of adventure, to be able to fly a modified glider.

Highland Wheelchair Curling Club
The Club comprises of Short Curlers who come along for the fun and social interaction of the game and other Curlers who come for the competitions that are run throughout the season.

Seagull Trust Cruises
The Seagull Trust organise free canal cruises for disabled and  elderly folk and those with special needs.  Cruises run from Inverness, Falkirk, Kirkintilloch and Ratho.  Great trips for folk who have difficulty getting about.

 

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Our Supporters and Sponsors
 

City Mobility
City Mobility Provides Mobility and Access Equipment in Inverness. They procure and maintain our Scooters.

Great Wilderness Challenge
One of Scotland's most gruelling endurance sporting events for charity.

Highland Cross
The Highland Cross is a  50-mile duathlon (20 miles on foot, 30 miles on bike) traversing the spectacular Scottish Highlands coast to coast, west to east from Kintail through Glen Affric and Strathglass to Beauly.

Highland Council - Countryside, Facilities and Wildlife

 

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Access Organisations


Forestry Commission
Find places to go in Britain’s forests and look for ‘Easy access’ paths.

Scottish Natural Heritage
for Nature Reserves with ‘ Easy Access’

 

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