Many regular readers will recall seeing my annual posts about the bothy at Lochivraon. This is handily placed for the Western Fannichs and also for the Munros of Fisherfield, as it is situated at the foot of Craig Reainich, at the west end of Loch a' Bhraoin.
For the last 26 years in May, Inverbroom Estate has kindly given permission for EXCLUSIVE use to parties of children who are engaged on a large Outdoor Education project. These groups will occupy the bothy between 18 to 27 May.
Sincere apologies to anyone whose plans are affected by this. Please take a tent if you are heading that way.
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