Despite being short, and at the end of a long approach, Forked Gully is a wee gem. It is located at the southern end of Creagan a' Choire Etchachan, the fine cliff that dominates the view as you enter Coire Etchachan from the East. The gully is hidden from view from the corrie floor, but you will get a view into it if you ascend steep slopes on the south side of the corrie.
As the name suggests, the gully is indeed "forked". A small rock island separates the two short gullies at the top of the main gully. The skiers left fork is the most aesthetic line, with a steep, almost overhung granite wall bounding the left hand side of the gully. Although the gully is not even 100m high, you should be able to get a good descent to the corrie floor (about 300m vertical), as this side of the corrie holds the most snow usually.
The gully is marked as a notch in the cliffs on the OS 1:50000 maps.
Approximate Start Height: 1000m
Approximate Descent: 300m
General Aspect: East
Climbing Grade: I
Notes: Narrow, but never particularly steep.