Luib Chonnal Bothy
LOCATION LAT/LONG 57.0059, -4.6461, NN 394 936, LR Map 34
As you climb up the steep track from Glen Roy and see the tiny dot of the bothy at Luib Chonnal, it brings into perspective the vastness of this neglected stretch of desolate moorland between Creag Meagaidh and the Corrieyairack Pass. The farmstead was first recorded in the census of 1861, and occupied by 2 different families over the next 30 years. Its name derives from lùb, a ‘bend’, referring to the meandering river, and Conall, an ancient name in Celtic mythology meaning wolf.
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