Bag a free gift for new members plus some great money-saving offers
As a member, you can save money with some fantastic discounts and offers on outdoor gear, accommodation, mapping and other useful services, improve your skills with our range of mountain safety and climbing courses, and keep up to date with all the latest news and stories in our regular emails and Scottish Mountaineer magazine.
Individual, joint, family and youth memberships available - why wait? Join us now.
Join Mountaineering Scotland's Ben Gibson on a journey into the winter mountains to find out how to plan for a great day out in winter.
Qualified mountaineering instructor Ben will share his own experiences (and mistakes!) as an active climber, walker, skier and hill runner with a focus on the crucial ingredients to enjoying quality and safe days out in the mountains in winter.
Tickets £5 in advance:
Photo: Tuomas Mutanen
The 2022 Mountaineering Scotland Members Gathering and AGM took place on Saturday 19th November at AK Bell Library in Perth.
Thanks to everyone who came along - either in-person or online - to our AGM on Saturday at the AK Bell Library here in Perth!
It was great to be able to see some of our members face-to-face again, and we were also delighted to meet some of our newer members in-person.
Special thanks go to our two fantastic guest speakers: CEO Dougie Baird from Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland and volunteer member of the Arrochar Mountain Rescue Team, Ken Weatherstone.
Mountaineering Scotland has now published the new strategy for 2022-25. Shaped in consultation with members, staff, key partner organisations and the wider mountaineering community, the strategy outlines the vision and values of our organisation and the outcomes we hope to achieve over the next three years.
There has been a desire to take a different approach to our strategy than in previous years, to make it more accessible, whilst ensuring that it meets the needs of Mountaineering Scotland and our partnership with sportscotland. Our new approach centres on four strategic pillars Ė Representing, Protecting, Inspiring and Developing.
A look at what the Mountaineering Scotland team got up to in November, from our annual AGM to the YCS Grand Final and more.
As a member you will support our work and enjoy a range of member benefits including a free gift, insurance, quarterly magazine, great value mountain skills courses, discounts, offers and more.
Take action on the climate crisis by ensuring that a tree is planted in the Scottish Highlands for each trip you make for recreation. A donation of just £6 secures a tree of local stock for a rewilding projects in the highlands.
Treat yourself or a friend to our branded beanies and windjammers and a range of other items like T-shirts, keyrings and TakItHame bags.
With 282 Munros, 221 Corbetts and many many more wild and beautiful hills and mountains to explore - what are you waiting for?! Check out our guide to starting out - from kit choice to venturing out with your kids.
We are Scotland's sports governing body for indoor climbing and whether you get your kicks at a climbing wall or prefer real rock outdoors, we have advice on where to go and how to progress.
For summer scrambling, winter adventures with ice-axe and crampons, or even skis, Scotland's mountains are a mountaineer's playground. Discover more and check out our advice on getting started.
Checking what the weather is going to do is an essential part of preparation for the hills. Click here for a direct link.
Not sure how to start out? Check these pages for excellent advice on how to head for the hills with confidence.
It's the mountain everyone wants to do. We give some valuable information on what you need to do to make your experience safe - and pleasurable!
River crossing - when you can't avoid it - is just one of the essential skills you can learn about in our Skills section, to increase safety, confidence and enjoyment in the hills.
ScotRock is the fortnightly podcast bringing climbers and mountaineers together to share some of their amazing stories.
Hosted by Calum and Robert from our ClimbScotland team, the podcasts take an often irreverent but always informed look at the people and the issues that matter in Scotlandís mountains and climbing walls.
Available on Podbean, Itunes, Google podcasts, Spotify and all other major podcast apps Ė just search for ScotRock