On our Warbla Walk last week I was telling Mike and Charlie about The Bothy at Greensykes. Neither of them had been there since it was converted into a Bothy. It's one of my favourite walks so we decided to visit again this week. The Bothy is officially closed due to Covid-19 but the visitors book clearly indicates that it is regularly being used and had visitors staying just a few days ago. It is really well looked after and looks very smart from the outside. With a log fire burning in the two main rooms it will be a very cosy place to stay the night.
The Meggat Valley and its so nice to see this valley is still farmed for sheep.
The walk is mainly forrest tracks and fairly easy walking with a very gradual climb.
The man made pond at Greensykes.
It must be a long walk to the toilet in the middle of the night.
The view from the road into the valley.
A refreshing cup of tea after a couple of hours walking.
The route back down to Glendinning.
A good crop of cones on the Fir tree.