COVID-19 Update review at 5 Dec 2021
All huts are closed.
COVID-19 Update review at 9 Nov 2020
The LSCC Committee has decided to keep the club huts open for use by its members only for the time being, (existing bookings from other clubs will be honoured until the end of December, but will be cancelled from then until at least the end of March 2021).
The ever changing restrictions on travel, use of accommodation and other restrictions placed upon people in different parts of Scotland and the rest of the UK are making the administration and communication with clubs around safe and permitted use of huts too complex and burdensome for all concerned.
We very much regret having had to make this decision, and hope to open up our huts for other clubs to use again as soon as the situation stabilises and restrictions ease sufficiently.
Use of LSCC huts is strictly and at all times in accordance with Scottish Government regulations and guidance regarding indoor household gatherings, travel, use of accommodation etc, that are in force at time of use of the hut under the 5 level protection system. More details can be found in the 9 Nov update in the Members Area (for LSCC Members).
Detailed protocols for use and cleaning are in place for each hut and need to be complied with by all users. This information will be provided by Booking Secretaries (for non-LSCC users) or can be found in the Members Area (for LSCC members).
If you have any questions about a booking you have, please do not hesitate to contact the Bookings and Finance Secretary for the hut you have booked.
The LSCC has three huts, all of which are well situated for summer and winter mountainering:
Blackrock Cottage in Glencoe, Milehouse in the Cairngorms and Ronnan Cottage in Aultbea, near Gairloch.
The huts may be booked by recognised Clubs.
Please note: no dogs are allowed in any of the huts (except guide dogs).