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All Abilities and Accessible Paths


Access For All Design Guide - Environment Agency 2012
Produced by the Environment Agency, this Access for All Design Guide provides information on the provision of reasonable access.

Aldie Burn Case Study
Forestry Commission Scotland improved the all ability trail at this popular forest, and brought it up to current standards.

Callendar Wood Case Study
Working in partnership with a local trust, Forestry Commission Scotland created an all ability circuit through attractive woodland.

Cellular Tree Root Protection System Case Study May 2018.pdf

Making traffic free paths more accessible - Sustrans Routes for People Information Sheet FF42
This information sheet is aimed at path providers - local authorities etc. It aims to give advice on how to improve accessibility for people with disabilities.

People with Disabilities and the National Cycle Network
This information sheet outlines how well designed routes can be accessible and enjoyed by people with disabilities.

The Waterfall Trail Case Study
A new trail at the Lodge Forest Visitor Centre in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park that lets everyone get to one of the park!s most popular features.

The Wild Watch Trail Case Study
Flexible use of materials and a DIY approach helped to create an accessible trail at Kirroughtree Visitor Centre in Dumfries.


Countryside for All – A Good Practice Guide to Countryside Access for Disabled People (Paths for All)
The Fieldfare Trust's guide to help people with disabilities and countryside access managers recognise what 'Countryside for All' means, and how to work towards achieving it. A series of information tools and suggested processes which can lead to better countryside access for people with disabilities, with due regard to economic and environmental constraints.

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