April 14th 2017
A major programme of path repairs and upgrade work has begun on Suilven, Assynt’s famous community-owned mountain.
April 5th 2017
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.
RSPB Scotland has today issued an appeal for information following the disappearance of a satellite tagged golden eagle near Strathdon in Aberdeenshire.
March 30th 2017
A new long distance trail linking Inverness and John o’ Groats has been developed
March 9th 2017
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.
February 28th 2017
The following statement has been made by Ramblers Scotland, on the new camping bylaws which come into force on 1st March:
February 3rd 2017
Mountain Aid have announced they will be holding a “Skills for the Hills” day on 25 March in Glasgow.
January 27th 2017
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.
January 21st 2017
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.
December 12th 2016
Scottish avalanche forecasts will start for the season on Friday, with the first forecast for 17 December.
December 10th 2016
Stunning all-round imagery captured by Walkhighlands this summer has just been launched on Google Street View opening up some amazing Highland paths to virtual visitors.
Against the background of the Scottish Government arguing in the Supreme Court for the need for proper consultation over Brexit with the Scottish Parliament, mountaineers in Scotland have expressed serious concerns over a lack of proper consultation closer to home.