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Hikers asked to report vehicle tracks on hills

CONSERVATION bodies are calling for outdoor enthusiasts to help them assess the damage caused to Scotland’s mountains by vehicle tracks.

The Scottish Environment LINK Hilltracks group wants hillwalkers to photograph or video any instances of upland tracks that are harming the landscape or environment.

This evidence will help the group, which includes many of Scotland’s biggest outdoor and conservation organisations, compile a new report in spring 2018 into whether current legislation is working.

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