Welcome to our Club!
The Lomond Mountaineering Club was founded in 1932 and is open to climbers and walkers, whatever their level of mountaineering experience. We are based in Glasgow and the clubs aims are to help its members to pursue the sport of mountaineering in accordance with the spirit of the hills and goodwill to others
Our frequent meets allow us to visit mountains around Scotland and beyond.
Rock and Winter Climbing ::
Rock and Winter Climbing is one of the core sports. More information on venues and topos here.
Who We Are
Lomond Mountaineering club is an active, sociable and diverse bunch of people from all walks of life and all ages, and skill level, who come together to enjoy outdoor activities. Our members cover the full spectrum of rock-climbing, winter climbing, mountaineering and hillwalking.
There are no upcoming events.
Michael McAnenay - President
My Climbing and Walking Experience: Completed the munros in September 2011, climbs in Alps and winter climbs in Scotland.
Been a member since 2010
Lisa McGuinness - Social Secretary
Hi my name is Lisa and I’ve been a member of the club since 2012. Joining was the best decision I ever made. Not only have I made lifelong friends but I have achieved mountaineering goals that I could never have managed without the help and support of the wonderful members who have shared their knowledge and skills with me. This includes Scottish adventures and some more exotic trips. It’s a friendly club with a range of abilities and all are welcome. I’m the co-social secretary with Ali and am responsible for organising social events such as the Christmas curry, annual ceilidh and the famous burns suppers where we leave our climbing skills behind and show off our artistic abilities (or lack of). Look forward to meeting new
Alie Rowell - Social Secretary
I am a keen hiker, and happiest in the mountains - I moved to Glasgow and joined LMC in 2019. As Social Secretary (1 of 2), I'm here to organise fun nights out, including the annual ceilidh (in non-Covid times at least).
My dog Fennel, a spaniel-cross, is vying for the title of unofficial Club Mascot - at 7 months old she already has 4 Munros in her bag!
Julian Hearne - Membership Secretary
Been a member since 2003
Steven Johnson - Meets Secretary
Main activity is hill walking and have climbed over 50 Munros. In addition I rock climb, ice climb and have some Alpine mountaineering experience. My job is booking huts for our meets and rallying the club to go explore Scotland, which isn't very hard.
Been a member since 2017
Stewart Gibson - Website Editor
Long term indoor climber and hiker, joined the club to move into outdoor trad and winter climbing.
Been a member since 2017
Flo Silver - Treasurer and Development Officer
Kevin McGrath - Environmental Officer
Chris Husbands - Secretary