Members of the Mountaineering Scotland team will be heading to the Outdoor Capital of the UK this weekend for the Fort William Mountain Festival.
Mountaineering Scotland's statement on the recent announcement from Highlife Highland about the imminent closure of the climbing wall at Inverness Leisure Centre.
A look back at what the Mountaineering Scotland team got up to during the first month of the year.
Celebrating 20 years of our access rights in Scotland; statutory rights that enable everyone to enjoy outdoor recreation across the country.
Following the results of a survey carried out by Mountaineering Scotland last year, the countryís top mountain safety experts are launching new guidance for those who use their mobile phones, or GPS devices, for navigating in the hills.
Take a look back at what the Mountaineering Scotland team got up to in 2022
As the weather turns colder, and with more snow forecast to fall over the next few weeks, mountain safety organisations are coming together to encourage people to ĎThinkWINTERí and ensure that those heading for Scotlandís winter hills and mountains can easily access the right information and advice.
A look at what the Mountaineering Scotland team got up to in November, from our annual AGM to the YCS Grand Final and more.
We are delighted to announce that, as part of an exciting new partnership with the Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland (OATS), the 'It's Up to Us' campaign has been awarded the Scottish Mountaineering Trust (SMT) 60th anniversary Diamond Grant for £100,000.
The Scottish Avalanche Information Services full daily forecasts will resume for the winter 2022/23 season on the 15th of December.