Creag Meagaidh National Nature Reserve

A natural haven

Creag Meagaidh National Nature Reserve (NNR) is the complete mountain experience. From wild mountain plateau to woodland that’s slowly returning to life, Creag Meagaidh feels like the Highlands compressed into one reserve. The dramatic scenery here includes Munro summits, an exposed whaleback ridge and ice-carved gullies.

Whether you want serious hillwalking, ice-climbing, low-level walks, birdwatching or botany, there’s something here for everyone.

Find out more about visiting Creag Meagaidh NNR.  

Top attractions

  • This is one of Scotland’s best areas for walking and climbing.
  • Look out for mountain hare, red deer and ptarmigan on the high slopes.
  • Explore the rich tapestry of woodland habitats returning to the lower slopes.
  • Enjoy views of the dramatic mountain scenery.

Find out more about the reserve and its natural history.

Listen to A natural haven for Pollinators a podcast about Creag Meagaidh and Loch Fleet NNRs. 

 

Duration
05:16

n introduction to the beautiful Creag Meagaidh National Nature Reserve in Scotland. Find out about the birdlife and species found in this stunning place as reserve manager, Rory Richardson, chats about the history and what walking trails are available to people of all abilities.

What’s on?

Visit our Events page to see what upcoming events you can get involved in at this reserve.

Contact

Reserve manager: Rory Richardson

NatureScot
Kinlochlaggan
Newtonmore
PH20 1BX

Telephone: 0131 314 4174 or 07725 171287
Email: nnr@nature.scot

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Creag Meagaidh NNR is a member of VisitScotland and the GTBS (Green Tourism Business Scheme)

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