The Scottish winter mountains are magical but planning is complex and starts sooner than you think. Find out about the decision-making process that is the basis for planning your trip to the hills in winter.
The major landslip near the Loch Quoich dam in November is still blocking the only road into Kinloch Hourn and will do so until mid-2019.
Dates and programme announced for 2019 festival
Mountaineering Scotland AGM and Members' Meeting in Glenmore Lodge hits all the right spots
The Mountains and The People project wins the 2018 Scottish Rural Innovators Awards
Mountaineering Scotlandís response to Scottish Government consultation - and how you can respond yourself
This weekend 85 students from 14 Scottish Universities travelled up to Aviemore for the 15th SMART student weekend, learning invaluable mountaineering and climbing skills.
Round 2 of the Scottish National Bouldering League is this weekend in Aberdeen. Read the Round 1 report to see how the rankings are setting up.
Mountaineering Scotland launches revised guidance for snowsports tourers when crossing managed ski resorts
Proposals for wind farms at Glen Dye in the east and at Glenshero near the controversial Stronelairg windfarm, are being opposed by Mountaineering Scotland