Milehouse, Kincraig – 26th/27th April 2019

  The Ladies Scottish Climbing Hut at Kincraig, near Aviemore is a favourite venue for the Club, its first ever official meet taking place there in February 2015. On 26th/27th April 2019 we revisited for a second time. The Glen Feshie Munros and the Eastern Cairngorms are a short drive away.   Members attending: Jim…

Inver Croft, Achnasheen – 8th/9th March, 2019

In March 2019 the club headed off to the Jacobites Mountaineering Club Hut at Inver near Achnasheen.  Sitting in Glen Carron  the hut has a unique location being situated between the A890 and the railway line to Kyle of Lochalsh.  The walkway built a few years ago over the boggy ground makes the trips to…

Braedownie Hut, Glen Clova –

Back in February 2016 the Club visited the Glen Clova hut owned by Dundee’s Carn Dearg Mountaineering Club. We had hoped at the time to be one of the first clubs to visit their brand spanking new hut, but unfortunately red tape got in the way of the new hut’s opening and our meet was…

Kinloch Rannoch Outdoor Centre, 7th/8th December 2018

Kinloch Rannoch Outdoor Centre was a new location for a Club visit. Sitting conveniently (for some) in Highland Perthshire it is very well equipped with dorms sleeping up to 24, five showers, a large kitchen and an expansive lounge. Members Attending: Jim Aire, Raymond Evenden, James Fraser, George Henderson (Fri), Susan Henderson (Fri), Jim Hughes,…

Rothiemurchus Lodge nr Aviemore 21st/22nd September, 2018

Rothiemurchus Lodge sits in the foothills of the Western Cairngorms, accessed by a track leading up from Loch Morlich. The lodge is a former military establishment which has been extended to provide self-catering accommodation and is superbly located for an assault on the mountains surrounding the Lairig Ghru. This was the club’s first visit to…

Ardvullin House, Ardgour 17th/18th August,2018

With no official club meet in July due to holidays etc, the show hit the road again in August with a first time visit to Ardvullin House in Ardgour, a short distance from the Corran Ferry terminal. The house itself was formerly a ghillie’s cottage dating from the 18th century.  It is owned by the…