Outdoors retailer, Tiso, becomes corporate partner for ClimbScotland, supporting youth climbing competitions
After achieving Foundation Level in 2016, Mountaineering Scotland has now been acknowledged at Preliminary Level in equality scheme
Request to report dead birds of prey to Police Scotland as part of campaign by PAW Scotland
After asking for a response to the controversy following our joint letter with the Scottish Gamekeepers Association, the BBC has used a very truncated version. Here is the full text.
Some clarification in response to feedback from members and others about our joint letter to the Environment Minister Roseanna Cunningham.
Mountaineering Scotland and the Scottish Gamekeepers Association have jointly written to Roseanna Cunningham MSP urging the Scottish Government to come up with an overarching landscape policy.
Action packed programme lined up for early March
Mountaineering Scotland is urging the Scottish Government to take a comprehensive look at the provision of outdoor education services in the face of budget cuts being made by councils
Major outdoor event planned for Glasgow in March, with expert advice, demonstrations, information and entertainment on all kinds of hill-going, from serious climbs to gentle strolls - mountain biking too!
Student mountaineering clubs will get increased access to safety training in joint project between Mountaineering Scotland and St John Scotland