Scottish Highlands Driving Routes
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Scottish Highlands Munros
Bothies are available for short stays only.
Permission should be obtained for longer visits.
Unless the safety of the group requires the use of shelter in bad weather, botties are not available for groups of 6 or more because of over crowding and the lack of facilities such as toilets.
For the same reasons groups are asked not to camp outside Bothies.
Groups wishing to use a bothy should seek permission from the estate.
Finally, please ensure the fire is out and the door properly closed when you leave.
Bothies are used at your own risk.
Respect other users,
Please leave the bothy clean, tidy and with dry kindling for the next visitors.
Respect the bothy,
Guard against fire risk and don’t cause vandalism or graffiti.
Please take out all rubbish which you don’t burn.
Avoid burying rubbish: this pollutes the environment.
Please don’t leave perishable food: this encourages mice and rats.
Respect the surroundings
Human waste must be buried carefully out of sight.( Please use the spade provided.)
For health reasons never use the vicinity of the bothy as a toilet.
Keep well away from the water supply.
Never cut live wood.
After spending the night in the Bothy the route back tracks a short distance before crossing the Allt na Lairige and joining a faint track, striking upwards to the bealach at 551m below the smaller but distinctive peak of Sgurr Innse.
From here head south-east/east along a ridge to pick up the steeper slopes leading up to the summit of Stob Coire Easain (the peak of the coire of the little waterfalls) at 1,115m.
This is a rocky final haul up to the top with views that open up over the Grey Corries and beyond to the Aonachs and Ben Nevis.
Follow the ridge north-east to the bealac and then up to Stoba’Choire Mheadho in (the peak of the middle coire), with stunning views over Loch Treig and Rannoch Moor and back to the Stob Coire Easain.
Follow the ridge down to the dam at Loch Treig and the steep craggy section off the nose of Meall Cian Dearg.
It’s then just a short distance back to the car park for a shuttle back to the starting point and a welcome stop in Spean Bridge
Fort William, The Outdoor Capital of the UK'. located on the eastern shore of Loch Linnhe, With ancient forests and mountains to the north and west of Ben Nevis being Britain's highest mountain; spectacular, and challenging, iconic and awe-inspiring, on a clear day at the top you'll be rewarded by panoramic views across the Scottish highlands,
Here you will find Munros such as Stob Ban, Binnein Mor, Càrn Mor Dearg, Aonach Mòr, and Aonach Beag, along with Glen Nevis, River Nevis, Loch Leven, The Munros, Kinlochleven, Glen Coe, Loch Leven Heritage Trail, The Mamores, The Grey Corries, Spean Brideg, Loch Leven, and Ballachulish containing some of the end sections of the West Highland Way and part of the Great Glen Way, all very unique and with individual personalities waiting to be explored.