The Club runs outings throughout each year to various parts of Scotland (and sometimes England or Wales) ...
DAY TRIPS are organised for the months of January, February, April, August, October and December,
and WEEKEND TRIPS in January, February, at Easter, July, September and November.

In addition, one or two special trips may be organised each year, such as a winter bothy expedition,
a cycle trip or an OVERSEAS TRIP.

During the summer months, EVENING ACTIVITIES have sometimes been arranged in the past.

Have a look at the Outings Programme to see which mountain areas we'll be visiting this year .. and you can read about many previous outings by browsing our Past Outings Archive.

Click on any of these pictures from Club Outings to read about the trips and view the full-size images:

On Cnoc Coinnich above Lochgoilhead in January 2017  Near Gorton Bothy in August 2016  Breakfast at the Stronlossit Hotel in Roybridge in November 2015  On the summit of Groban at Easter 2014

On the Ayrshire Coastal Path at Troon in March 2013  The group accompanying Willie Robison on his compleation of the Corbetts on Ben Donich in March 2012  On the summit of Dumyat in December 2011  On the summit of Ciste Dhubh in June 2010  On the summit of Meall Cruidh, one of Ben Starav's Tops, in August 2009

The group accompanying Iris Moffatt on her compleation of the Munros on Aonach Mor in July 2008  Above Molveno in the Brenta Dolomites in September 2007  On the Ben Alder plateau in March 2006  Building a snowman in the Yorkshire Dales in February 2005  Below the Pinnacle Ridge of Sgurr nan Gillean on Skye in July 2004

HOW DO I BOOK ON AN OUTING?

Three or four weeks before a planned outing, an e-mail is sent to each member containing links to the current outing notes on this website.
You decide whether to join the outing and reply to the organiser for that trip by e-mail ..
or complete an acceptance form and return it to the organiser if payment is required.

View a typical example?

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The Arran Hills  The Cuillin Ridge  The Fisherfield Mountains

Why not join the Club and get to see the wonderful views above for real?!

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