Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, Kinlochewe

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Hiking Trail Nature / Park
Walk through an ancient pine forest and marvel at the rugged peaks of 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 of Kinlochewe. Go to the viewpoints to see ridges and eagles flying above. Experienced hillwalkers and climbers can take more advanced routes, ascending to some of the peaks. Guidebooks available for purchase provide detailed information on trails. Wear proper hiking footwear. 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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  • 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 h...  more »
  • 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 ...  more »
  • 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 w...  more »
  • 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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