Walking to Glendhu Bothy
LOCATION LAT/LONG 58.2586, -4.9279, NC 283338, LR Map 15
Walking up the rutted stalkers’ path that hugs Loch Glendhu, the steep crags of Cathair Dhubh rear up and the interlocking spurs in the narrow valley beyond seem to tighten with every step. Glendhu, meaning ‘Black Glen’ in Gaelic, is well-named. There are 3 buildings at the head of the loch: an old stalkers’ cottage, the byre where ponies were kept, and the well-appointed bothy. It was once used for storing the deer carcasses shot by paying guests, who travelled in by boat from Kylesku.
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