Corrour Bothy

Corrour Bothy is a simple stone building on Mar Lodge Estate, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

It is located below Coire Odhar between The Devil's Point and Cairn Toul on the western side of the River Dee in the Lairig Ghru.

The bothy is a single room with a fireplace and chimney in its northern gable; Tait (2006) gives its dimensions as being 6m by 3.6m. There is a toilet in the wooden extension to the building. It is used as a mountain refuge and as a starting point for ascents of Munros including The Devil's Point, Cairn Toul, and Braeriach.

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Corrour Bothy - Sources
... Skea, William (July 1901), Cairngorm Club Journal, Number 17, Cairngorm Club, Aberdeen Gordon, Seton (1948), Highways and Byways in the Central Highlands, MacMillan Co ... Ltd, London, England ...
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