Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, Kinlochewe

(4.7/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Walk through ancient pine forest, and see rugged peaks at Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve. The natural reserve offers many trails to see landscapes, wildlife, and plants. Start your tour from the visitors’ center which also takes you to the village Kinlochewe. Go to the viewpoints to see ridges, and eagles flying above. If an experienced hillwalker, or a climber, you can take more advanced trails on site, and go to some peaks. All guide books, you can purchase on site, provide detailed information on trails. Therefore, wear proper hiking footwear, and pick your trail. Add Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve to your Kinlochewe travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Kinlochewe itinerary planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • The visitor centre is a good place to begin a visit as there's a wealth of information there. We enjoyed walking the easy trails directly from the visitor centre; it was a wild, windy day so that was ...  more »
  • Touring around the "North Coast 500", we stopped to have a look at the Visitor Centre....we were rewarded with informative displays on the history of the reserve and some excellent walks available to ...  more »
  • The visitor centre is a great facility - well thought out and full of interesting info about the area and wildlife - though a camera setup on a feeding station you could easily see out the window seem...  more »
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  • Breathtakingly beautiful part of the highlands, good stopping places that allow for picnics or just a break from driving to enjoy the scenery. There are some nature walks for those that want to take a leisurely hike. Picnic tables are provided at some stops. If you want to explore the quiet Scottish highland roads. this is one you route you should take.
  • The corner is friendly to a break; the site is not very big.
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