Making the most of your walk
Walking is great for your health and wellbeing and you don't need any special equipment to get started. It's often not as far as you think to walk for shorter journeys, plus it'll count as part of your daily exercise and you’ll feel great.
All in all, walking is a happier, healthier way to get from A to B, with each step moving us closer to a cleaner, greener Scotland.
Walk and talk
By starting just one conversation with your friends, family or colleagues, you can create a ripple effect of positive actions that could help make the change needed to reach net zero and save the planet.
Reducing your car journeys
By rethinking how you use your car and reducing the number of daily journeys you take, you can help make Scotland a healthier, fairer, greener place to live.
Benefits of public transport
Choosing sustainable public transport is a great way to take climate action, at the same time as supporting healthier and happier communities.
Young Persons’ Free Bus Travel
Under 22-year-olds can now sign up for the Scottish Government’s Young Persons’ Free Bus Travel scheme.
Getting started with cycling
Cycling has so many benefits. Here’s how to get started with this healthier and happier way to travel.
Help with the cost of a bike
To help more people in Scotland choose cycling instead of the car for shorter journeys, the Scottish Government has made funding available
Making space for nature
Submitting your sightings of plant and animal species while you’re out walking is an easy way to contribute to nature protection programs.