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Highland landowner faces legal challenge over right to roam

Council and Ramblers Association clash with Donald Houston over access route to Ardnamurchan peninsula in western Scotland

  • Four fights in the long Scottish battle for right to roam

A legal battle has broken out over attempts by a Highland landowner to ban hill-walkers from a path in a major test case over Scotland’s right-to-roam legislation.

Highland council and the Ramblers Association are challenging an attempt by Donald Houston, a businessman who owns a large area of the Ardnamurchan peninsula on the west coast of Scotland, to shut off a significant and scenic access route.

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