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Coire an Dothaidh

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Hillwalking Coire an Dothaidh

Walking West Highland Way         West Highland Way Pictures
West Highland Way Accommodation

Some of my walks which are part or near to the West Highland Way below
Bridge of Orchy to Ba'Bridge                       Kingshouse Hotel to Devil's Staircase
Coire an Dothaidh             Ben Dorain             Dumgoyne

Coire an Dothaidh, a ravine or gully separating Beinn Dorain & Beinn Dothaidh near the Bridge of Orchy.

Hillwalking Coire an Dothaidh - nr Bridge of Orchy - Part of the West Highland Way- Scottish Walks.

Length: 1½ mile Duration: 2 Hours.
Difficulty: 5/10 O.S. 50

If you feel that you have the time, an interesting deviation from your path on the West Highland Way, at Bridge of Orchy, is to tackle the Coire an Dothaidh, which is basically a ravine or gully, separating Beinn Dorain and Beinn Dothaidh

Dothaidh and Dorain from Pathway
Coire an Dothaidh

Looking at Loch Tulla with Beinn Toaig
Loch Tula from Coire an Dothaidh

On reaching Bridge of Orchy station on the Way, instead of making your way down to the village, search out a path at the end of the station, which can easily be seen making its route up the coire. A one hour traverse up the coire and an hour back down is rewarded with views of Loch Tulla and some of the mountains around the Blackmount and if you keep your eyes peeled, a few deer sightings may be possible. Easy worthwhile walk.



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