News

The Mountain Bothy Association has announed the opening of a new bothy in Glen Kinglas. 

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A team of volunteers and staff from the Friends of Nevis, John Muir Trust and Nevis Landscape Partnership have taken part in a triple path maintenance and clean-up operation that have taken place over the past few weeks on each of the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales.

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The John Muir Trust is calling on its members, supporters and the wider public to help safeguard the future of a major UNESCO site

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A major programme of path repairs and upgrade work has begun on Suilven, Assynt’s famous community-owned mountain.

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Mountaineering Scotland and Scottish Mountain Rescue have joined forces to alert hill goers to the hazards that hang around even after warmth returns to the hills.

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RSPB Scotland has today issued an appeal for information following the disappearance of a satellite tagged golden eagle near Strathdon in Aberdeenshire.

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A new long distance trail linking Inverness and John o’ Groats has been developed 

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RSPB Scotland is asking for public support to secure funding from the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA) to restore an important site in the Flow Country, the Dyke plantation near Forsinard in Sutherland.

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The following statement has been made by Ramblers Scotland, on the new camping bylaws which come into force on 1st March:

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Mountain Aid have announced they will be holding a “Skills for the Hills” day on 25 March in Glasgow.

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Four conservation charities in the Highlands have called upon Highland Council to maintain its Ranger Services which are believed to be under threat as a result of budget cuts.

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Mountaineers have called on Highland Council to reject a bid to site a phone mast right next to the road down Glen Etive, one of Scotland’s most famed and beautiful glens.

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