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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Scottish avalanche forecasts will start on 17 December

Avalanche forecasts for Scottish hillwalkers and climbers will start this year on 17 December. The Sportscotland Avalanche Information Service (SAIS) provides a daily avalanche hazard report for six Scottish areas – Lochaber, Glencoe, Creag Meagaidh, Southern Cairngorms, Northern Cairngorms and

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Repair work starts on Ben Nevis Mountain Path

Vital repair work has begun this week on the Ben Nevis mountain path and walkers are being advised to consider alternative routes whilst the work is ongoing. The project will stabilise and improve over half the total length of the

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Posted in Conservation, Walking News

John Muir Trust congratulates Scottish Government for upholding Wild Land map and refusing Glencassley and Sallachy windfarms

The John Muir Trust today congratulated the Scottish Government on making the right decision to refuse consent for wind farm developments at Glencassley and Sallachy in the far north of Scotland, thereby upholding the principles of the Wild Land Areas

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Fort William Mountain Festival programme announced

The line up has been announced for next year’s Fort William Mountain Festival taking place from Wednesday 17 to Sunday 21 February 2016. Festival organisers say that February is the perfect time of year to experience the stunning landscape of

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Win one of three 60 litre Mammut Cargon holdalls

We have three 60 litre Mammut Cargons to win in this exclusive Walkhighlands competition. Simply answer the following question using the form below: How many sizes is the Mammut Cargon holdall available in? Mammut also have ten Baby Mammuts up

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Tree rescue appeal launched for West Affric woodlands

Conservation charity Trees for Life has launched an emergency rescue appeal to protect tens of thousands of young trees on West Affric from grazing deer. A new generation of trees, many planted by Trees for Life volunteers, has become established

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