The Rahoy Hills lie in remote and mountainous land in the Morvern peninsula, encompassing a variety of habitats from windswept grasslands, mires and heaths to cliffs, lochans and ancient oak woodlands. This reserve has an exceptional biodiversity with a number of rare plant and animal species and is an area of outstanding value for its richness of arctic-alpine flora.
- Golden and sea eagles
- Woodland walks
- Red deer on the open moors
Best time to visit?
- Spring/early summer for arctic-alpines
A path from Black Glen to Arienas Point provides a perfect opportunity for discovering this rugged upland reserve.