This large, diverse reserve consists of bog and heath, with patches of acid grassland and native woodland. The 4-mile coastal strip provides spectacular panoramas of the Atlantic from the top of steep cliffs where breeding seabirds perch precariously and arctic-alpines sprout through the scree.
- Golden eagles and other raptors
- Breeding seabirds on cliffs
- Orchids and other wildflowers
- Feral goats
Best time to visit?
- Jun to Sep for wildflowers
- All year round for stunning views
Orchids and other wildflowers flourish on the slopes and arctic-alpines sprout through the scree.
The Kintyre Way goes through the reserve.