Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve Tours

Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve
Established in 1951, Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve in the Scottish Highlands is Great Britain's oldest national nature reserve. It covers an area of more than 18 square miles ranging from lochs to mountains. The nature reserve is home to many rare plants and protected animals, including red deer, golden eagles, and pine martens. Several hiking trails of varying difficulty are available for exploring the area. Three paths that start near the visitor center are open all year. For those looking for longer hikes, there is a woodland trail that goes through the ancient pine forest, and a mountain trail that climbs into the mountainous terrain and offers a more strenuous excursion. 

Beinn Eighe itself is a huge cluster of rugged mountains, ridges, and scree-covered slopes between Loch Maree and Glen Torridon. This area offers opportunities for more challenging trekking for more experienced hikers.

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The Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve visitor center is located outside of Kinlochewe and is open from Easter to October.
Address: Kinlochewe, Scotland
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Applecross Peninsula Day Trip from Inverness

Get acquainted with a less-visited part of Scotland, the windswept Applecross Peninsula, during this 9-hour day trip from Inverness. Get glimpses of the abundant wildlife and revel in the dramatic views of stark Highlands scenery. Visit the Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, travel over the steep Bealach nam Ba pass and enjoy some free time in the charming Applecross Village. Round-trip transportation from Inverness in a luxury minibus is included.
  • Duration: 9 hours
  • Duration: 9 hours
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