The Scottish company Mhòr Outdoor enables people from socially excluded backgrounds to get out on Scotland’s hills, and the Trust is supporting it through a £2000 grant.
Mountaineering Scotland is continuing it long term commitment to ensuring we can get to enjoy our mountains.
Mountaineering Scotland’s SMART courses (student mountaineering and rescue training) are at the core of its safety and skills work and have been regularly supported by the SMT’
Where can you go to read of the exploits of the great Scottish climbers such as Munro, Raeburn, Murray, Weir, Patey, Robin Smith, Dave Macleod, Guy Robertson and Julian Lines told in their own words in one place?
In 2018 the SMT provided funding to install a webcam and weather station at the CIC hut that broadcasts information about the conditions on Ben Nevis.
Midwinter 2020 sees groups of young people bridging the gap between summer and winter mountaineering, in courses subsidised by the Jonathan Conville Memorial Trust (JCMT)
In November 2016 eight Carlton Athletic Recovery Group members went on an emotional journey to Everest Base Camp helped by grants of £4500 from the SMT.
The Outdoor Access Trust for Scotland (OATS), supported by a £12000 grant from the Trust, has removed the white scar on Carn Liath of Beinn a Ghlo.