999 calls during lockdown will not lead to prosecution
Entries are open for Mountaineering Scotland's 2020 Mountain Writing Competition
If you have questions about what the Phase 1 guidance means for walkers and climbers you can find our FAQs page here.
Mountaineering Scotland welcomes move to Phase 1 on the relaxation of lockdown restrictions
David Gibson, former Chief Executive Officer with Mountaineering Scotland, becomes new Chair of John Muir Trust
The routemap for the easing of coronavirus restrictions offers hope for some but less for Central Belt dwellers. More clarity is needed on how far we can travel to go walking.
Find out how Mountaineering Scotland is working in partnership with mountain safety organisations and the outdoor sector to faciliate a safe and responsible return to the hills in Scotland.
Inspiration for generations of mountaineers, Hermann Buhl's autobiography is the prize in the third of our mountaineering literature quizes, in conjunction with Vertebrate Publishing.
Developers seek change in planning conditions for the controversial Glen Etive hydro schemes to allow heavier lorries to use glen road, contrary to the original planning decision.
ClimbScotland looks at the situation and likely developments for climbing outside and on walls when Coronavirus resctrictions are eased.