All year round the Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve has plenty to offer and amaze its visitors. The 600 acres of land here is owned by the National Trust of Scotland and is home to a wonderful array of landscapes and wildlife, making this Britain's first ever nature reserve, an invigorating and exciting visitor attraction all year round.
From nature trails to mountain climbs, stunning views and woodland walks, there is certainly something for everyone at this beautiful nature reserve. Visit in the winter and you can experience picturesque winter wonderland landscapes, or if you prefer to visit in the spring then you will get the opportunity to see the reserve burst into life and colour! Alternatively, if it is wildlife that you want to see then head down in the autumn to catch a glimpse of the deer stags in the peak of their fitness. Whatever the season, Beinn Eighe is a fantastic nature reserve that thrives all year round and is home to a whole range of internationally important habitats from rare plant and animal species to interesting geological features and exciting landscapes. All of this, and more helps contribute to making Beinn Eighe a superb visitor attraction that has something to offer everyone, from keen geologists to wildlife enthusiasts and devout hiker!
For more information about what activities are available head to the visitor centre, where you can gain important information about the various trails and activities that are on offer at this incredible nature reserve.