Travel and Coronavirus

Temporary Coronavirus restrictions and travel advice applies until 2nd November, when new guidance will be introduced.
Click for details

Monthly Archives: July 2016

Munro-bagging – what counts as a genuine ascent?

I was on Meall nan Tarmachan the other day enjoying the bonus of starting my climb at a healthy 500 metres above sea level. I mentioned this to a couple of guys I met close to the summit and one

Read more ›

Posted in Magazine

Walkhighlands navigation course 6 August

A last minute cancellation means there are another 2 places available on the one day navigation course run by the Mountaineering Council of Scotland for Walkhighlands users on Saturday 6 August in the Ochils. The course will begin with an

Read more ›

Posted in Walkhighlands news, Walking News

Disabled teenager reaches Cairn Gorm summit

Natasha Lambert has completed one element of her latest challenge, Sea and Summit Scotland. She reached the top of the Cairn Gorm Mountain, just after 3pm on Monday. It took her just over five and half hours to reach the

Read more ›

Posted in Walking News

MCofS changes name to Mountaineering Scotland

The Mountaineering Council of Scotland (MCofS), the representative organisation for hillwalkers, climbers, mountaineers and ski-tourers who live in Scotland or enjoy Scottish mountains, has announced that it will rebrand as ‘Mountaineering Scotland’ following consultation with members. Commenting on the change,

Read more ›

Posted in Walking News

Judges overturn judicial review decision on Stronelairg wind farm

A huge and highly controversial windfarm in the Monadhliath mountains looks set to go ahead once more after judges overturned the decision of last years’ judicial review following an appeal. The windfarm had originally been given planning consent by the

Read more ›

Posted in Conservation

Devil’s Elbow, Glenshee car park to close for month

A parking layby near the Devil’s Elbow on the A93 just south of Cairnwell is to be closed for improvement works from 25 July to 26 August. The site is marked a blue ‘P’ on the map below. Alternative parking

Read more ›

Posted in Access issues

Share on 

Walking can be dangerous and is done entirely at your own risk. Information is provided free of charge; it is each walker's responsibility to check it and navigate using a map and compass.