Corrour Bothy Nevis Mountain Range. 2005
Reported by Peter: "I was standing alone outside Corrour Bothy at night, middle of winter, leaning up against the wall near the window having a smoke, and looking out into the snowy darkness.Out of the corner of my eye, over to the left towards the stream, I caught a glimpse of a tall grey figure. At first I thought it was one of our party, although all of them were inside the bothy. Turned to look properly and couldn't see anyone.Probably just suggestion, a suggestible mind playing tricks in the half-light, but it had me give a little shiver, quickly finish my smoke and head back in for warmth and company.
Now the Nevis mountain range is home to Ben Nevis which is the highest mountain in the British Isles, located on the island of Great Britain. Standing at 1,346 metres above sea level, it is located at the western end of the Grampian Mountains a vast place of varied habitats.
Close to this account and on the same mountain range are five accounts of other strange occurances, The Fort William footsteps, The Ben Nevis bipedal footsteps, and The ben Nevis screams and howls from 2015 all to the west, The two Wildman of Drumochter Pass to the west and The Balgie Cabin Attack just to the south, So a very active area all round.
Now the Corrour bothy can visited and you yourself could even spend the night, if you do, let us know of any weird events that happen to you. Happy Camping
Report by Deborah Crossley Hatswell 24/06/16