Aim:  To maintain simple shelters in remote country for the use and benefit of all who love wild and lonely places.

 

 

It is dangerous to enter or use the Bothy or even to approach it as there is now exposed asbestos on the interior and outer walls of the Bothy.

You will therefore have to make other arrangements until the situation can be remedied or the Bothy is destroyed and rebuilt!

 

 

 

Culra Bothy Maintenance Supervisors:  Johnny Bell and Grant O'Brien

 

The Culra Bothy Maintenance Organisers are devastated at the inappropriate action that has led to the closure of Culra and hope that those responsible take immediate action to have the Bothy replaced and re-opened.

 

CULRA BOTHY

Culra Bothy with Ben Alder in the background in May, 2012

 

 

 

  Click on the links below to learn more about Culra Bothy:

You are warmly invited to visit the Mountain Bothies Association Website

 

Become a member of the Mountain Bothies Association and support their activities

Some important basic information:

 

General background information    

How to get to Culra Bothy

 

The Bothy Code

Culra Interior Photographs

 

Culra Photograph Album

Culra Bothy as it was in June,  2006

 

Our visit to Culra and climb of Beinn Bheoil, October 2007

Maintenance, Condition Reports and Work Parties

 

Roof damage caused by the storms in December, 2011

An adventure getting to an MBA meeting

   

 

Culra Bothy Maintenance Supervisors:  Johnny Bell and Grant O'Brien

 

Culra Bothy is owned by The Loch Ericht Estate and maintained by the Mountain Bothies Association

 

                

 

Aim:  To maintain simple shelters in remote country for the use and benefit of all who love wild and lonely places.

 

These pages have been prepared and posted by Grant O'Brien, co-Maintenance Organiser with Johnny Bell, and both members of the MBA