Joint campaign to inspire mountain-lovers and provide all the information you need to enjoy winter in the Scottish hills.
Hillwalkers reminded to pack their torches and brush up on navigation skills as clocks go back
Thunderstorms and a small but very real risk in the UK mountains. What are some ways to understand the likelihood of storms and how might you change your planning to stay safe on a day when thunderstorms are forecast?
We're pleased to bring you our first installment of our new graphics package. This is the latest evolution of MWIS to bring a new angle to our much-valued service.
Mountain safety experts launch new guidance for #SmartNav
The temperatures have dropped, and walking at any altitude needs more attention as to what is needed in our packs.
Discover where to find the information you need to make the most of winter adventures in the hills this year
Experiencing cold northerlies in Britain and the Alps.
Key messages - don't underestimate valley and upland heat, be aware of extremely dry ground and fire.
Some spots north of the Cairngorms could also see mid 30s Celsius on Tuesday.
Forecasting thoughts for early next week.
Why have we been getting frequent, intense showers in north west Scotland? Mehmet explains what's driving our recent weather.
How do showers differ between summer and winter? Mehmet explores a day when the UK experienced both winter and summer weather patterns.
Experts warn it’s still time to #ThinkWINTER in the highlands
Some days there are strong gusts on the supposedly sheltered sides of mountains. Mehmet explores why we get these gusts and how much this happened on Saturday 19th March 2022 in Coire an t-Sneachda in the Cairngorms National Park.