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Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve

A832, Kinlochewe, Scotland
+44 1445 760254
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Britain’s first National Nature Reserve overlooking Loch Maree.
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A832, Kinlochewe, Scotland
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Spectacular scenery. Do drop in to the visitor centre that tells the story of the Caledonian forests. Good small walks and hands on displays at no cost. Bird hide and plenty of buzzards.

Thank Ross R
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Wow... what a beautiful place this is. We walked the easy trail though ancient woodland. The walk is reasonably easy for the able bodied with stunning views wherever you look. Well worth the effort.

Thank Riveracing
Reviewed 5 days ago

Beinn Eighe is the oldest national reserve and was set up in 1951. The 48 square kilometres is truly nature at its best. The surrounding mountains and loch provide a super place to recharge your batteries. The super visitor centre is well worth stopping out...More

Thank Barry and Nicol... G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Popped in to the visitor centre just out of curiosity, and was amazed by the informative displays... we weren't expecting anything like that on entering. After nosy-ing around the centre for half an hour the sun had come out, we decided to go on the...More

Thank molloymarie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Excellent visitor centre set in glorious surroundings with friendly and welcoming staff. Contains a wealth of information about the area and wildlife and has a few short strolls round the centre with lovely views (the longer trails start further along the road to Gairloch on...More

Thank rumpuscat
Reviewed 22 May 2017

The reserve centre is worth calling in at but the trals stat 1 mile down the road from a big car park. We did the short trail up about 150m and about 3km in length. The views and the trees and fauna were magnificent. Worth...More

Thank Richard C
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Along the A832 near Kinlochewe you find the visitor centre of the Beinn Eighe Nature reserve. Lots of information, photo's, video's and a 3D model of the hills and glens in this nature reserve, a bird watching shelter with zoom-in cam and screen, and lots...More

Thank ericz59
Reviewed 30 April 2017

Apart from getting a soggy trainer whilst attempting to show my wife my prowness at crossing a mountain stream, this place is a gem. Well worth a stop for a walk, clean toilets on hand as well. Walks vary from easy to demanding so something...More

Thank DJFW57
Reviewed 20 April 2017

There are several walks that you can take from the visitors centre. I did the easy one due to having some difficulty with walking. There is so much to take in The air is so clean.

Thank Anita S
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

Very helpful staff in the visitor centre. The Woodland Walk is great, takes about 40 mins. I believe the Mountain Walk is great too but we didn't have time for that. Definitely worth going if you like a good walk.

Thank G S
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