Mountaineering Scotland welcomes lifting of 5-mile travel limit for recreation. However wild camping still not on the cards.
As we get ready to return to the hills in what for some of us will be the first time in months, Mountain Safety Adviser Ben Gibson offers advice on refreshing navigation skills.
Mountaineering Scotland's response to the First Minister's statement on the lifting of the 5-mile travel limit for leisure and recreation from 3rd July as part of the revised COVID-19 routemap for Scotland.
As we move into COVID-19 Phase 2 in Scotland, here's an update on what Mountaineering Scotland have been doing and the ups and downs of lockdown.
COVID-19 Phase 2 guidance for hill walkers and climbers in Scotland - read our FAQs page here.
Hill walkers and climbers frustrated by no change to 5 mile limit
A response to the issues raised by the Black Lives Matter campaign.
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.