Taigh a' Bhraoin is situated in an area full of Munros (mountains over 3000ft) and a large number of our guests are what are known as Munro Baggers. There are almost 300 Munros and the aim of a Munro Bagger is to have reached the summit of every one of them (no mean task).
An Teallach is one of the most challenging with it's narrow ridge and sheer drops (not for the faint hearted).
This photo was taken by one of our guests on An Teallach and is a phenomenon known as 'A Brocken spectre' (German: Brockengespenst). Also called a Brocken bow or mountain spectre, it is the magnified (and apparently enormous) shadow of an observer cast upon clouds opposite the Sun's direction. The figure's head is often surrounded by the halo-like rings of coloured light forming a glory, which appears opposite the Sun's direction when uniformly-sized water droplets in clouds refract and backscatter sunlight.
COVID19 STATEMENT (updated 11/1/21)
Our main concern is the safety of you (our guests) and our staff and anyone else you may come into contact.
In accordance with Scottish Government legislation we can only:
accept parties of up to 6 people (excluding children under 12);
from a maximum of 1 household;
coming from the Highland Council area.
we are GOOD TO GO*
We are unable to accommodate you during January.
*GOOD TO GO means
We have met all the necessary criteria required by the Scottish & UK Governments in order that we can be certified as
GOOD TO GO
We are taking bookings for 2021 but these may have to be cancelled or postponed at the last minute due to government regulations which change regularly.
If things change we will be flexible with refunds or date transfers so there will be no loss on your part.
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