Glac Airigh Hordaig ShielingYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
In the north-eastern ‘corner’ of Kildonan Glen, between Beinn Coraraidh and Heabhal lies the pass of Glac Airigh Hordaig (the Glen of the Thumb’s [or Big Toe’s] Shieling), The ‘main’ bothan is adjacent to a group of glacial erratic boulders which might be the origin of the reference to the thumb or big toe. In the deep heather surrounding the site there are a number of other stone groups partly visible, but the heather here is up to mid thigh level, so is difficult to be certain that these are all further bothain. The site is not currently recorded on Canmore database.