Scotland's first national nature reserve and and home to a wonderful variety of local wildlife. For visitors who would like to find out more about Beinn Eighe, there’s a visitor centre open from Easter to October just outside Kinlochewe.  The three trails which start here are open all year and a further path links the visitor centre with the village of Kinlochewe. The visitor centre has a small shop area with tourist information and a shop selling books and products about nature.

Beinn Eighe (in the North-west Highlands ) was the first place in Britain to be made a National Nature Reserve (NNR).

Red deer, golden eagle and the elusive pine marten all live here. And in the woodland, you'll find a spectacular range of mosses and liverworts.

Visitor Centre (open April to October): 01445 760254,

www.nnr-scotland.org.uk

Highlands of Scotland
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Print Monday, 13 May 2013