Welcome to the web site for the Glen Brittle Memorial Hut. The Hut, built in 1965 and most recently refurbished in 2015/16, is situated immediately below the Cuillin ridge. The path to Sgurr Dearg and the “Inn Pin” starts at the hut and other parts of the ridge may be accessed easily. The situation is superb yet accessed by road. For those wishing less challenging terrain, Loch Brittle beach is nearby and there are excellent coastal and forest walks, often shared with sea eagles, peregrine falcons and many other birds of interest. The hut is also a fine base for other outdoor activities, including sea kayaking, mountain biking on forest trails etc. There is also excellent sea cliff climbing on Skye.
The Hut sleeps 20 and is open all year to members of clubs affiliated with the BMC or Mountaineering Scotland or to individual members of these organisations and, occasionally, to other groups by special arrangement. Children are welcome but the hut is not laid out or equipped with them in mind.
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