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National parks

Scotland's has two National Parks - Loch Lomond & the Trossachs and the Cairngorms. Both are extensive areas containing some of this country's most amazing landscapes and spectacular wildlife.

National Park status means that special effort is made to provide high quality visitor facilities in a way that complements conservation, as well as the wider social and economic development aims for the area.

The National Parks staff work closely with land managers and local businesses so that visitors can get the information and advice they need to be able to make the most of their trip whether they want to walk, mountain bike or picnic by a river.

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