The Cairngorms Local Outdoor Access Forum is the statutory body that advises the Park Authority and others on matters relating to outdoor access. The Forum is made up of individuals representing land management, community interests, recreational users, public agencies.
Trevor is a charity trustee and active volunteer with the Dava Way Association; the association improves, maintains and promotes the Dava Way, a multi-use route running between Grantown-On-Spey and Forres that is one of Scotland’s Great Trails. During an extensive career in the Royal Air Force, Trevor spent a number of years as a member of the RAF Kinloss Mountain Rescue Team. He has climbed many of the Scottish mountains and recently discovered the joys of mountain biking.
Anne-Marie has been exploring Scotland’s mountains since 1985. She is a lecturer in physical geography at the University of the Highlands and Islands, where she specialises in glaciers and their interactions with climate and the landscape. Whenever possible she likes to be out in the hills, either walking, climbing, ski-touring, wild camping, mountain biking or teaching students about the natural environment.
Eilidh is a solicitor by training, but an outdoor enthusiast, who is an active hill-walker and cross country skier. She is a past Secretary, President, and now Social Secretary of the Cairngorm Club, and lives on Deeside..
Ailsa Niven- Public Health
Peter Wright- Community
Sally Devlin- Recreation
Neil Wilson- Recreation
Simon Ovenden- Land Manager