Interesting article. Remember visiting here in late 1970’s
Of all the ‘lost’ bothies of the Cairngorms, Jean’s Hut seems one of the one most brought up in folk’s recollections.
Not one I was ever at myself, although it didn’t finally disappear until the ’80s, but there are some good historical pictures from Reg Popham and Angus Robson which are worth sharing here.
Jean’s Hut started out in Coire Cas on Cairngorm, only later being moved to the location most people remember in Coire an Lochain.
It was gifted by Dr Alasdair Smith in memory of his daughter Jean who died in a skiing accident in 1948, having fallen when the edges of her skis failed to bite while traversing a steep, icy slope.
It was built in 1951, roughly where the White Lady Shieling stands now.
Angus Robson, who contacted me in response to another post about bygone Cairngorm bothies
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