Saturday 25th May 2019 - Saturday 31st December 2022
The Munro Legacy Exhibition ended on 18th May 2019 after a very successful 11 weeks in the A K Bell Library, Perth. The Executive Committee decided it would be well worth taking the posters, pull-ups and photographs from the Exhibition to other areas in the country over the next 2 or 3 years, as the Munro Legacy Story. In 2019 it was held in the Glen Doll Ranger Centre, the Aros Centre in Portree, the Three Villages Hall in Arrochar, the Torridon Community Centre, the Central Library in Dundee and at the Dundee Mountain Film Festival and Eden Court in Inverness. We also have had a limited version at the JMT AGM at Birnam and our own Annual Dinner at Grantown-on-Spey.
The TMS Journal No 5 has an appendix with reproductions of all the pull-up banners and posters.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic almost all of our dates for 2020 and 2021 had to be postponed or cancelled. We did, however, manage to hold the exhibition at Gairloch at the end of 2020, the Scottish Parliament in October 2021 (although the latter venue was not open to the public) and more recently at the Mitchell Library in Glasgow, Glenmore Lodge and the Central Library in Aberdeen.
Future dates and venues for the exhibition are as follows:
CRIEFF - STRATHEARN COMMUNITY LIBRARY
20th March - 10th April 2023
EDINBURGH - CENTRAL LIBRARY
George IV Bridge, EH1 1EG
29th May - 30th June 2023
Saturday 25th March 2023 - Saturday 25th March 2023
The 2023 AGM will be held remotely via Zoom on Saturday 25th March 2023. Details will be sent out to members in February.
Friday 2nd June 2023 - Monday 5th June 2023
We will be returning to the Craignure Bunkhouse on the Isle of Mull for the early Summer meet between 2nd-5th June 2023 (3 nights) at a cost of £90.00 per person. The bunkhouse is located opposite the ferry terminal in Craignure. We will have have exclusive use of the 20 bedded bunkhouse, each room is en-suite, there is a large car park and the bunkhouse is adjacent to the pub. The last time we met at Craignure, in September 2019, was a great success - a report of that meet can be found in the December 2019 Newsletter (Edition No 47). Hopefully the ferry disruption experienced by some on that will be avoided now the MV Loch Frisa has replaced the MV Coruisk.
Amongst other attractions, Mull has a variety of Grahams and Corbetts to climb plus the most popular finishing Munro.
Photo of Ben More by Derek Sime
Friday 28th July 2023 - Monday 31st July 2023
The late summer meet will be held in Strontian between 28-31 July 2023
We will have exclusive use of the 19-bedded Ariundle bunkhouse. There is a pub/restaurant adjacent to the bunkhouse as well as a large car park. Strontian is an excellent base for many Corbetts and Grahamsin the surrounding area. We last held a very enjoyable and successful meet at Ariundle in May 2019.
The booking form for members can be found here
Photo of the Corbetts: Sgurr na Ba Glaise, Rois-Bheinn and An Stac by Derek Sime
Friday 22nd September 2023 - Monday 25th September 2023
The Autumn meet will be held in Glencoe between 22nd and 25th September 2023
We will have exclusive use of the 16-bedded Alpine Hostel in Glencoe, located between the Clachaig Inn and Glencoe village. The hostel is an ideal base for the huge range of Munro, Corbett and Graham hills within the vicinity.
A booking form for members can be found here
Photo of the Three Sisters, Glencoe by Derek Sime