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Neil
Neil

Ben Nevis on a Slippery Slope

I know it's a topic I keep going on about but The Herald has a great story about the problem of litter on Ben Nevis, and particularly of banana skins. According to the John Muir Trust (JMT), the wild-land conservation charity which owns most of the mountain, some 55% of the litter removed from Ben Nevis by its volunteers this year has been banana skins. I always think it is worth highlighting issues like this as the more awareness we can bring to having an attitude of "leave no trace" on Scotland's mountain's the better. Read the full story...
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