Volunteering with the Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland

Join the Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland for a day working on paths in the stunning Craigellachie National Nature Reserve.

Give back to beautiful landscapes we all love, and get stuck in volunteering this Sunday!

Participants will help to repair a section of footpath which may be damaged due to weather or general wear and tear.

Tasks such as clearing drains or cutting back vegetation help the longevity of the path whilst encouraging the use of a specific path line to help to preserve the mountainside.


LOCATION Craigellachie National Nature Reserve, Aviemore
Meeting point NNR/Youth Hostel Carpark NH 893 118
REQUIREMENTS Participants will need to take food and water for the day and be prepared for walking and physical work
Clothing required; sturdy boots, full waterproofs, spare layers
Due to the nature of this activity, it is restricted to physically active people, who have experience and equipment for a day in the hills.
Not suitable for families or children, if 14-18 year olds wish to join they must be accompanied by an adult
Capacity: 10
TOILETS Aviemore public toilets or toilets at the Youth Hostel, and for up the hill a toilet tent will be taken!
DOGS The nature of this task with the use of hand tools and on a public footpath mean that it is not advised for dogs to attend the event
DISABLED ACCESS Unfortunately this event is not suitable for disabled attendees
BOOKING INFO Booking essential: click here to book now

  • Date : May 15, 2022 - May 15, 2022
  • Time : 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (UTC)
  • Venue : Badenoch and Strathspey


Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland