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CORROUR BOTHY: A REFUGE IN THE WILDERNESS

Last year saw the centenary of Corrour Bothy – perhaps the most famous bothy in the world and the oldest still in use. Today’s blog comes from author and passionate Scottish hillwalker, Ralph Storer, who tracked down and united the … Continue reading

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