As the hillwalking and camping season takes off, Mountaineering Scotland offers advice on how to have the most enjoyment while remaining safe and respecting the great outdoors
Mountaineering Scotland has joined with Scotways, Ramblers Scotland and local organisations to write demanding a meeting with Historic Environment Scotland over blocked access to Salisbury Crags and the Radical Road in Edinburgh.
During Mental Health Awareness Week 2022, mental health campaigner and hillwalker Ross Cunningham writes how the hills have helped him recover and maintain his mental wellbeing.
Outdoor and local organisations are- renewing their bid to have the level crossing at Dalwhinnie reopened, with a letter to the Scottish Government's Transport Minister.
Ross Cadie becomes the third member of Mountaineering Scotland's mountain safety team, joining Kirsty Pallas and Ben Gibson.
A summary of Mountaineering Scotland activities during April.
Forestry & Land Scotland announce tree harvesting work which will impact on access to and from the North Face car park at Torlundy.
The Easter Weekend is for many the time for a long awaited return to the hills. Our reminder that the joys of spring are still, in many mountain areas, tempeted by the snows of winter.- Be prepared.
Kirsty Pallas has taken up a post as Mountain Safety Advisor with Mountaineering Scotland, joining Ben Gibson and a third member of the team still to arrive.
A summary of what Mountaineering Scotland has been up to during March.