Mountaineers are coming together in Inverness this month to give outdoor enthusiasts essential advice before heading for the hills.
A photograph of a mountaineer battling winter conditions in the Cairngorms has won a major competition.
Scotland's mountaineers have called on Scottish Natural Heritage to stand up to wind farm developers they believe are "playing the system".
A north mountain rescue expert has warned climbers and walkers not to forget their winter equipment and vigilance just because it is Easter.
Mountaineers must ‘swap t-shirts for fleeces’, with unseasonably warm Highland weather about to meet abrupt end
Aspiring mountaineers are being urged to make sure they have their “winter heads” in place when tackling the slopes in the next few days.
Campaigners against potentially damaging developments on Glen Etive have welcomed news councillors are to visit the site ahead of a decision over whether to give the go-ahead to seven hydro schemes.
Callous thieves are targeting vehicles being left by climbers and hillwalkers as they tackle Scotland’s famous mountains – knowing they will be away for hours.
Mountaineers yesterday challenged Highland Council over its stewardship of one of Scotland’s most scenic and iconic glens.
Hillwalkers have been warned of the risks of dehydration and wildfires following the continuing hot weather.
Hundreds of people went along to the first of three ‘meet the team’ events taking place this week for the long-awaited A96 dualling project.
An inquiry into a controversial windfarm in a scenic part of Argyll will be held next month.
Two groups who regularly clash on outdoor issues have joined forces to press for more protection for the Scottish landscape.
It is now "almost impossible" to find a mountain from which a wind farm cannot be seen, according to a senior mountaineering figure.
A mountaineering body has raised fears about possible cuts to council staff promoting the great outdoors.
Mountaineers have called for plans to erect a phone mast in one of Scotland's most beautiful glens, made famous by James Bond, to be rejected.
When this group of walkers set off from a bothy in the Cairngorms, they had a specific route in mind.
Scotland's mountains become a winter playground for thousands of walkers and climbers at this time of year.
Walkers and climbers are being reminded to carry a head torch for getting home safely in the darker evenings.