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There are no trespass laws in Scotland, which means anyone can walk wherever they like!

A short distance away numerous routes with properly formed paths can be enjoyed at the national nature reserve at Glen Affric. There’s also a wide selection of foot paths and all-terrain vehicle tracks marked on local maps, and climbing enthusiasts can tackle several exciting munros at the head of Glen Strathfarrar and around Glen Affric.

Most hills are covered in grasses and heather meaning walkers can go where-ever they wish with no requirement to stick to paths. However, guests should show respect for local wildlife and remember to close gates behind them. They should also remember to be properly dressed and prepare for the infamous and changeable Highland weather!

Guests are advised to plan carefully or avoid walking on private estate moorland hills during the red deer stalking season: 1st July to 15th February (except sundays). Our neighbours in Strathfarrar stalk throughout this period most days. Deer stalking also takes place in the hills and moorland above Eagle Brae with 15th September to 20th October being the most intensive period during which walkers should consider avoiding these routes.

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