News

The MCofS has announced the dates for this year’s winter safety talks.

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Rob Woodall became the first person to complete the ultimate hill-bagging list – the Marilyns 

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Plans to protect and restore one of Scotland’s most iconic and beautiful glens, alongside wildlife such as golden eagles,

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A council has been accused of failing to uphold access rights to one of Scotland’s most beautiful glens and to the mountains above it.

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Visions of a rewilded Scotland – from restored forests to the return of predators such as the lynx and wolf – will be in the spotlight today

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Visions of a rewilded Scotland – from restored forests to the return of predators such as the lynx and wolf – will be in the spotlight today at a topical lecture featuring acclaimed writer George Monbiot and award-winning conservationist Alan Watson Featherstone of Trees for Life

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World famous mountaineer Doug Scott and internationally acclaimed artist Richard Long will among the participants in a symposium in Tomintoul this autumn.

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Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park plans to widely extend the current seasonal wild camping ban for East Loch Lomondside to much more of the National Park.

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People following the contentious issue of bulldozed hill tracks may be aware that the Scottish Government has signalled its intention to change the law.

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Leading conservation charity the John Muir Trust warned today (Tuesday 30th September) that the proposed Talladh-a-Bheithe windfarm in Rannoch, being discussed this afternoon in the Scottish Parliament, could have a disastrous impact

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Gift Your Gear, the outdoor gear recycling initiative, will be accepting donations in all Rohan stores until 5 October

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Hopes of protecting and restoring a magnificent Highland glen and its rare wildlife, including golden eagles, red squirrels and Scottish wildcats, have received a major boost after conservation charity Trees for Life was named as finalist for a major Euro

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