The Glen Brittle Memorial Hut is superbly located on the edge of the Cuillin on the island of Skye. This makes it a great location for those wishing to walk or climb in this inspiring mountain playground.
Jointly owned by the BMC and Mountaineering Scotland, the hut is administered by a management trust which reports to both councils. Probably uniquely, the hut is also a War Memorial having been built to commemorate those mountaineers who lost their lives in service during wartime.
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the Glen Brittle Memorial Hut will be closed from March 20th 2020. This closure will be reviewed at the end of April and thereafter on a monthly basis.
The hut is open all year round and is wardened from April - October, and can be booked by Individual and Club members of the BMC and Mountaineering Scotland.
The hut has spaces for 18 persons, and includes a kitchen, showers and drying room.
For bookings and to check for vacancies go the the Hut Website
As Europe reopens for travel, BMC Travel Insurance has got you covered for Covid-19.
With the autumn nights drawing in, the clouds gathering and the temps dropping, who isn’t dreaming of heading to hotter rocks?
From 4 October, the European climbing dream has become easier, as Covid-19 travel restrictions have been reduced. To make planning your hot rock trips easier, from 1 September we've added Covid-19 cover into all BMC Travel Insurance policies.
Our new Covid-19 cover includes:
£5,000 cancellation cover: if you test positive for Covid-19 within 14 days of departure
Medical and repatriation: Covid-19 related illness
Being denied boarding: if you test positive for Covid-19 prior to your return home
BMC travel insurance comes in five policies: Travel, Trek, Rock, Alpine and Ski and High Altitude. Read more about the Covid-travel FAQs here
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