Cairn Toul from Braeriach summit. Photo Copyright Norman McNab

The Munro Society

Founded in 2002 membership is open to anyone who has climbed all the Munro summits as listed in Munro's Tables at the time of compleation - currently there are 282 mountains of Munro status with a height of 3000ft or more above sea level. Many such Munroists, who are often said to have 'compleated'*, register their detail with the Clerk of the List. This official list is maintained by the Clerk on behalf of the Scottish Mountaineering Club and now exceeds 6,000 names. However, some of 'compleaters' do not register their details for a variety of reasons.

The Munro Society welcomes all Munroists who have compleated whether or not they have registered with the Clerk of the List.

The Society exists to bring together the wealth of mountain experience that members have accumulated and thus provide a forum in which to share interests and concerns as well as creating opportunities for convivial gatherings..

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* The term 'compleation' has been used by the Clerk of the List for many years.
Compleat is an archaic spelling of complete.

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The Objectives of the Munro Society are:

  • To provide an informed and valued body of opinion on matters affecting the Munros and Scotland's mountain landscape.
  • To foster social and cultural exchange between members.
  • To maintain archive material on Munros and Munroists.

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AGM 2021

27th March 2021

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Autumn Meet 2020 - Inchnadamph

4th September 2020

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Forthcoming Events

The Munro Legacy Story

Saturday 25th May 2019 - Friday 31st December 2021

Summer Meet 2021 - Kintail

Friday 9th July 2021 - Monday 12th July 2021

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Some Random Gallery Photos

Dropping to Beinn Fhionnlaidh

Dropping to Beinn Fhionnlaidh

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Alex Thomson and Alan Brook

Alex Thomson and Alan Brook

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Looking back to Mam Sodhail and Carn Eighe

Looking back to Mam Sodhail and Carn Eighe

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