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We furthermore make it clear that those undertaking the walk, in part or in full, do so at their own risk and that they walk
in a responsible manner and in compliance with the appropriate code(s).
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The Scottish Outdoor Access Code (www.outdooraccess-scotland.com) applies in Scotland and the Countryside Code
(www.countrysideaccess.gov.uk) applies in England. Both codes relate to this walking route. Walkers
should familiarise themselves with these two important pieces of guidance before start the route.
The codes outline a commonsense approach to enjoying the countryside, which should be followed when walking this trail.
- Be safe – plan ahead and follow any signs.
- Leave gates and property as you find them.
- Take your litter home, or dispose of it appropriately at the next village or town.
- Keep dogs under close control, preferably on a short lead.
- Consider others enjoying the countryside, and those who own or make their living from the land.