Mountaineering Scotland Chief Executive Officer Stuart Younie looks at the massive legacy of the man who made a simple list of mountains over 3000 feet.
A new art project combining nature, dance and music will come to fruition in the Cairngorms this summer after six years in preparation.
Councillors will meet on Wednesday to review decision on three hydropower schemes proposed for wild land in Glen Etive. Mountaineering Scotland has sent briefing notes to each councillor.
Walkers, runners and climbers are invited to climb a Munro, take home rubbish and support tree planting - all in memory of Sir High Munro
Mountaineering experts underline the importance of acting on weather and avalanche forecasts
On International Women's Day, we are thrilled to announce a new initiative that will support two women on their journey to becoming mountain leaders. Working in partnership with Into The Mountain, the traineeships start to address the lack of women represented within mountaineering and outdoor sectors.
Consultation within the climbing community shows support for existing guidelines on bolting at crags.
Amidst arguments about what ‘wild land’ means and what is acceptable in the drive for green energy, Access & Conservation Officer Davie Black discusses what makes Glen Etive so important on a national level.
The Highland Council is to have a special meeting in March to reconsider the decisions made in the three most sensitive hydro scheme applications.
Forecasts for this weekend are talking of a return of colder weather and significant snowfall in the hills. Make sure you #ThinkWINTER and have your kit and your head both ready