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Just below the imposing crag of Sron Ruadh, northern outlier of 1500ft Beinn Stumanadh, nestles the old farmstead of Achnanclach - “Field of the Hill” - locally known as Poole. The main cottage now serves as a bothy maintained by the Mountain Bothies Association. It is owned by the Ben Loyal Estate, overseen by volunteers Mike and Kai Geldard of the Crask Inn, and provides free accommodation for anyone needing shelter for the night . In exchange for a roof and a dry space to unroll a sleeping bag and mat, bothy users are expected to leave the place in a tidy state ready for the next callers. It is a system based on trust and generosity, and most of the time it works remarkably well, which is encouraging. The ethos is basically “The Golden Rule” - treating others as you wish them to treat you - a philosophy which is surprisingly satisfying when applied to all of life.