RSPB Inversnaid Reserve

Inversnaid, Strathard, Trossachs, Stirling
01767 693 690

 

The RSPB Inversnaid reserve is on the east banks of Loch Lomond with woodland and moorland providing wonderful views. It covers an area of over 800 hectares and its highest peak is 770m at the summit of Beinn a’ Choin.

 

Key Information

bird watching

walking trails

free

location

The RSPB Inversnaid reserve is on the east banks of Loch Lomond with woodland and moorland providing wonderful views. It covers an area of over 800 hectares and its highest peak is 770m at the summit of Beinn a’ Choin.

It is an example of rare Atlantic oak woodland creating a rich habitat for nature and wildlife. Favourites to spot here include the Black Grouse, Pied Flycatcher and the Red Start. Listen out for the bird song of the Wood Warbler from April to June and keep an eye out for Osprey, Golden Eagles and Peregrines. The different trails will take you past some historic buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries – reminiscent of the time when Rob Roy Macgregor occupied the glen.

MORE THINGS TO DO

There are a wide range of activities and things to do in Strathard. You can walk, cycle and travel around the countryside to your heart’s content.

In the winter you can even explore the wilderness and discover the wildlife that inhabit the mountain tops. As well as enjoying your time on land, you can also get on the water and explore the beauty of Loch Ard.