Scottish Natural Heritage issues fire warning for the outdoors as holiday weekend shapes up for dry weather
Mountain Training UK announces new names for its two highest rock and ice climbing qualifications
The Scottish Government will not call in the decision by The Highland Council to allow three contentious hydropower schemes to go ahead in wild land in Glen Etive
Following the Glen Etive hydro decision, and the threat to a butterfly reserve near Loch Arkaig, Mountaineering Scotland has written to Scottish Ministers.
Mountain Aid, the walkers' charity which promotes mountain safety, aims to raise funds for courses through a sponsored event to place people on top of all the Corbetts
Report from the final round of SNBL 2019 - Round 6 of the competition held at Eden Rock, Edinburgh
Mountaineering Scotland questions quality of protection for special landscapes after three hydropower schemes in Glen Etive's wild land are given the green light
Mountaineering Scotland Chief Executive Officer Stuart Younie looks at the massive legacy of the man who made a simple list of mountains over 3000 feet.
A new art project combining nature, dance and music will come to fruition in the Cairngorms this summer after six years in preparation.
Councillors will meet on Wednesday to review decision on three hydropower schemes proposed for wild land in Glen Etive. Mountaineering Scotland has sent briefing notes to each councillor.