Tak It Hame is the campaign that says what it means: encouraging the mountaineering community, and others, to remove litter and plastic from our hills and crags.
Tak It Hame aims to make a difference.
We encourage everyone taking to the hills and climbing the crags to do a little on every trip, individually, or as part of a group or club outing. And to show others too: tell the world that we can all do something. Many of us already do, but the litter still accumulates. We need more people to do the same.
The message is: can you bring back more than you took out?
So what can we, every one of us, do?
*Please donít pick up dog or human waste, broken glass or needles.
Join us to kick off #TakItHame at an event at Conic Hill with Mountaineering Scotland Access & Conservation Officer Davie Black, who will explain some key aspects of mountain ecology and conservation on a walk while we pick any litter we find along the way. Find out more and register here:
Want your club to get involved? You can either organise your own litter-picks or get involved in ones that are already organised.
Contact us to get some #TakItHame bags for your litter pick and read below for guidance and how to carry out a risk assessment:
Since our foundation as the Mountaineering Council of Scotland nearly 50 years ago, Mountaineering Scotland has been representing the views and needs of hill walkers, mountaineers, climbers and snowsports tourers in Scotland. We work closely with our members, the media, partner organisations, the government and landowners to make a real difference on the matters that affect us all.
By becoming a member of Mountaineering Scotland, you are supporting this work and adding your voice to that of 14,000 other members by getting involved in our campaigns to protect access rights and encourage sustainable mountain environments.