Listen for others approaching and allow them to pass safely.
Alert others to your presence and pass with care.
Take responsibility for your own actions.
Respect other people.
Care for the environment.
Remember that many people are hard of hearing or visually impaired - don't assume that they can see or hear you.
TRAFFIC LIGHTS - You are traffic too! Stop at red.
ZEBRA CROSSINGS - Be aware of pedestrians and be ready to stop at all crossing points.
FOOTWAYS - Pavements are for pedestrians.
PATHS - Slow down, ring bell, say thanks when passing.
Scottish access rights apply to most land and inland water. Whether you're enjoying fresh air in a local park, walking the dog, hillwalking, mountain biking, horse riding or kayaking, access rights apply to you. To find out more about your rights and responsibilities, please visit the Scottish Outdoor Access Code website. We all share a responsibility to respect each other's activities and interests in the outdoors, and to take care of our own and others' safety.
KNOW THE CODE BEFORE YOU GO.