Glencoe Ski Lodge – 2nd/3rd August, 2019

The Club’s August meet took them to pastures new at least in terms of the accommodation. The Glencoe Ski Lodge sits partially hidden in the forest just west of the River Orchy and south west of Bridge of Orchy. The lodge is an impressive two storey wooden building with enough bedrooms to accommodate the club…

Torrin Outdoor Centre, Skye – 13th/14th July, 2019

The club had enjoyed a monthly meet in the Isle of Skye in each of the previous four years of its existence. This year, the Skye meet was extra special as it was arranged to accompany club member Jason Bostock on his final Munro and to help him celebrate his achievement. The story of the…

Shore Lodge Bunkhouse, Arran – 21st/22nd June, 2019

Members attending – Jim Aire, Ania Borg, John Calder, George Henderson, Susan Henderson, Adrian Mowat, Alan Orr, Ian Pollock, Gerry Weir. The trip to the isles is always a bit more of an adventure and members often head up early to take advantage, as was the case this time. Ania and Adrian arrived early to…

Elphin, Assynt – 31st May/1st June, 2019

Elphin is a small village in Sutherland in the region of Assynt about 15 miles north of Ullapool. This area is one of the most spectacular hillwalking regions in Scotland. Although boasting only two Munros, the lesser (in height only) hills of Suilven, Quinag, Cul Mor and several others create a unique and captivating landscape.…

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…