This hut was newly constructed in 1988 and named after Harold Raeburn who joined the Club in 1896 and was an outstanding early influence on Scottish mountaineering.
It is one of the most comfortable of our huts and the view out is a superb vista across Strath Spey to the Monadh Liath hills. The hut is centrally placed for the Cairngorms to the east, and the winter routes of Creag Meagaidh to the south-west. The rock climbing on both Creag Dubh, Newtonmore, and Binnein Shuas are also only a short drive away.
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This availability calendar is not updated in real-time so is indicative only. Enquires to stay in the hut must always be made in advance by contacting the custodian who will also be able to advise on minimum group size.
Last updated: 13 May 2019
16 divided between two dormitories
Heating and cooking are by propane gas and electricity, lighting is electric. The hut has drying room, toilets and a shower.
Applications to stay at the hut should be made, preferably by email, to the Honorary Custodian: Clive Rowland
01667 453 749
Mon-Thur between 6pm and 8pm only, please.