PATHS at Quiraing on the Isle of Skye have reopened following upgrades led by the Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland (OATS).
Routes measuring 300 metres in length have been created or upgraded to make the site safer for locals and visitors.
The work is part of the £1 million Skye Iconic Sites Project (SISP), which is led by OATS with assistance from the Skye Iconic Site Partnership.
OATS is also building two bridges at the Fairy Pools on Skye to improve access.
Dougie Baird, chief executive at OATS, said: “This upgrade will make a huge difference as we welcome visitors to enjoy everything this stunning area has to offer with improved accessibility while also protecting the local habitat.
“We are pleased to have reached this key milestone in the project, helping to protect these stunning sites for years to come.”
Eileen Stuart, deputy director of nature and climate change at NatureScot, the public body known previously as Scottish Natureal Heritage, added: “It’s wonderful to see this renowned path is now restored and open.
“We continue to support the SISP in the work to improve the quality of the visitor experience at the popular locations of the Quiraing, the Fairy Pools, and the Storr.
“Through our natural and cultural heritage fund, we encourage sustainable visitor management and employment opportunities in remote and rural areas.”
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