The SMC offers a diverse number of publications, appealing to all outdoor enthusiasts. These pages present a summary of our offerings, in addition to our annual Journal.
Profits from our guidebooks go to the Scottish Mountaineering Trust which is a Scottish-registered charity. Purchasing an SMC publication therefore helps the Scottish mountain environment. See the SMT pages for more details of what they do.
All new route information published in the journal since 2003 can be found on the New Routes page.
The New Routes Editor of the SMC Journal is keen to receive any information on new routes and relevant information following repeat ascents. See the New Routes page.
You can find updates to some of our Climbers' Guides on their pages.
The more information we receive, the better the guides we can produce.
Get in touch
The SMC is interested in receiving any feedback and general information which will help improve its publications. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org with information for our Climbers' Guides or visit our Feedback Page for all other publications.
The SMC actively looks for photographic contributions to its publications and pays a modest fee for any used plus a free copy of the publication. Find out what photos we are looking for currently.
Summit Boulders - Ben Cleuch
If you have comments of a general nature to make on any of our publications, including ideas for new publications, or improvements on existing ones, write in the first instance to:
If you have information for existing district guidebooks or general publications, or have quality slides you would like to be considered for a guidebook in production (modest payment and free copy of the guide for any used), write in the first instance to:
All profits from our guidebooks go to the Scottish Mountaineering Trust which is a Scottish-registered charity. Purchasing an SMC publication therefore helps the Scottish mountain environment. See the SMT Page for more details of what they do.