Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve
Loch Tay, Highland Perthshire
About the area
This property comprises a range of mountains, with connecting ridges, cliffs and lochans, built of ancient rocks, folded and faulted in picturesque contortions, and home to the most celebrated collection of mountain plants in Britain. These surviving outliers of the arctic and alpine floras are relict and isolated, and require sensitive protection and management.
- Habitat restoration projects with regenerating woodland and scrub
- Red deer and several common upland birds such as grouse, ptarmigan and raven may be seen
- Mountain walks up to nearly 4,000 feet, including seven Munros, for those with appropriate experience and equipment
Site: all year, daily.
The Visitor Centre is no longer open.