News

Bothies currently unavailable

Please note that Culra is now closed permanently. Ruigh Aiteachain is closed for major refurbishment; we don’t have a date for reopening yet. Wainhope is closed until end-September because of breeding ospreys in the area. Oban is closed until late February 2018. Other bothies may be currently closed because of estate activities; please see the individual […]

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Oban – Closed from 21st August

Please note that Oban bothy will, as usual, be locked on the 21st August until the end of Estate stalking activities in late February 2018.

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Dubs Hut Re-roofing: Project suspended

Intending volunteers please note that this project has been suspended temporarily. We will post further information as soon as we can.

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Lost & Found

Dog panniers left at Strabeg A few weeks ago Mark Campbell left a red drybag containing his dogs panniers at Strabeg bothy. The dog decided that he wasn’t going to carry them any more and he put them in the cupboard under the window in the room that leads to the bathroom. The bag is […]

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Great Lingy Hut

We have taken over responsibility for the maintenance of Great Lingy Hut, situated at around 600m in the Lake District Northern Fells and alongside the route of the Cumbria Way Long Distance footpath. The bothy is currently maintained by the Lake District National Park Authority and their rangers will continue to check its condition and […]

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Murray McDavid Whisky collaboration recognises our work

We are delighted to be able to announce details of a collaboration with Murray McDavid Whisky who are keen both to recognise the efforts of the many volunteers who have supported our work over the last half century and to contribute towards this work going forward. This summer, the company will launch a specially crafted […]

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New Bothies at Abyssinia(Glen Kinglas), Flittingford(Kielder Forest) and Cae Amos(Snowdonia)

2017 has seen the completion of three major projects- the restoration of an unused cottage at Abyssinia in Glen Kinglas (Argyll), of a former shepherds bothy at Flittingford in the Kielder Forest and of a traditional two story slate roofed farmhouse, Cao Amos, in Snowdonia. Thanks to all our volunteers who turned up to numerous work parties in all weathers. Information […]

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