Rahoy Hills

The Rahoy Hills encompass a diverse range of habitats from windswept grasslands, mires and heaths to cliffs, lochans and oak woodlands. The cliffs support tall-herb and arctic-alpine plants.

Curlew © Darin Smith

Why visit?

  • Watch golden and sea eagles
  • Walk through woodlands to the loch
  • Spot red deer on the open moors
  • Guided walks in the summer months

Best time to visit?

  • Spring/early summer for arctic alpines

Visit for:

  • Archaeology
  • Scenery
  • Grasslands
  • Woodlands
  • Birdwatching


Part of the Morvern peninsula, this reserve lies five miles north of Lochaline, off the A884.

Getting onto the reserve

Access is from the Black Glen car-park.

Getting round this reserve

Much of this reserve is rugged upland and walkers should be prepared for this. There is a well-maintained route from the Black Glen to Arienas Point.


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