Remains of a substantial bothy high on the northern slopes of Tigh Mor na Seilge.3pm, 21/04/85~ A well-built drystone two-chambered (bothy and stable?) construction, about which I have been able to discover absolutely nothing. I have spoken to no-one who has seen it. If it wasn't for this photo I would suspect it had been part of a dream."Tigh Mor na Seilge" means Big House of the Hunting, and I would suggest that the name derives from this building (Peter Drummond, Scottish Hill and Mountain Names, doesn't consider this possibility). There's another example on the other side of the country - Carn a' Bhutha (Cairn of the Hut), the SW top of Carn Bhac, has a similar ruin, smaller but equally obscure and unmapped.
A'Chralaig and Mullach Fraoch-choire from Carn a'Choire Ghairbh.
Upper Glen Affric, Beinn Fhada and Sgurr nan Ceathreamhnan, from Carn Glas Iochdarach.