Bothy: Taigh Seumas a’ Ghlinne (Glenduror)

Grid Ref: LR41: NN022 540

Location: Southwest Highlands & Islands

J Cameron

Single storey building, large open room. Freshwater source nearby. No stalking restrictions within forest.
Burn deadfall only.

Historical note
The bothy was the birthplace of James Stewart (James of the Glen) who was hung at Cnap a’Chaolais near Ballachulish in 1752 for the murder of Colin Campbell (the Red Fox), an official of the British Government- a murder that he did not commit. This event formed the basis of Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel, Kidnapped.


Bothy Features

  • Wood burning stove
  • Sleeping platform

Bothy Gallery

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Bothy Map

 


Bothies in the Southwest Highlands & Islands


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