Mountaineers, mountain lovers and path-builders unite to raise funds to restore routes up two of Scotlandís most popular Munros. Mountaineering Scotland and the Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland (OATS) are leading a campaign to raise £100,000 to support two essential Scottish mountain path projects.
Report on round one of the league at TCA in Glasgow. Round two is on 24 November
35th annual festival opens on 23 November with great line-up of speakers and films.
As temporary planning permission runs out, a company applies for permission to erect an 80-metre mast NW of Lairg
In the face of cuts in expenditure, a petition has been started to protect Scotland's Countryside Ranger Service
Green MSP lodges motion to Scottish Parliament. Mountaineering Scotland members can add their support by contacting MSPs
With snow falling in the mountains, it's time to make sure you're prepared - with information as well as equipment
Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland has completed work up upgrade the footpath from Rowardennan to the summit of Ben Lomond
Mountain Safety Adviser Heather Morning heads a panel of experts for a live Q&A session on winter mountaineering and hill walking.
Mountaineering Scotland members may like to join the Scottish Wild Land Group for a walk, Annual General Meeting and talk by Chris Townsend in Birnam on Saturday 4 November.