I'll find some photos to add but there are plenty up already and the route is straightforward.
The one thing that I would add is if you can park at the end of the road past Glenmore Lodge then the distance and ascent is reduced as per the data on this report. There is only room for about five cars though and several people had clogged up the road when we got back.
Cycled to Bynack Stables footbridge which is just a bit over 4km from the start, not much ascent so fairly easy cycle in. Day was beautiful, bit of wind up top, no snow to speak of and the path is in great condition so it's a quick walk as well. Wife and daughter (10) decided they wanted to jog down once we got off the main mountain section so up in just under 3 hours, back in 1hr 25mins !
Best wishes to the lady from Somerset that I was chatting to on Thursday evening, she was heading into Corrour with her lovely wee retriever - aiming to get a few done in there if the bothy was not too nasty/busy !
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