We have teamed up with Craigdon Mountain Sports to bring you a series of talks aimed at hill walkers who want to brush up on their mountain safety and skills this spring.
The illustrated talks will be delivered by our Mountain Safety Adviser Ian Stewart and are ideal both for beginners and more experienced hill walkers, with seasonal advice and tips for the year ahead.
Places are limited, so booking is essential - all profits from tickets sales will be donated to local mountain rescue teams and Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance.
Dates for our 2020 lectures will be posted here early in the New Year
Ian's talk is packed with interesting advice and inspiration for getting out in the hills as the snows melt for another year.
As our Mountain Safety Adviser, Ian will offer loads of great tips for beginners and more experienced hillwalkers alike, not just about the basic skills that help you get the best out of your hill days - such as planning, navigation, moving safely over rough ground - but also such seasonal tips as how to deal with long-lying snow fields, or cope with weather than can be warm and summery one minute and switch back to winter the next.
Be prepared to test your own knowledge too, with some fun questions and the chance to win some awesome prizes!
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