Extinct volcanoes, wilderness, and spectacular wildlife await on the Isle of Rum. With walks to suit all levels, beautiful beaches, breathtaking scenery- and even a castle- Rum National Nature Reserve is a diamond in the inner Hebrides.
You can get to Rum by ferry from Mallaig, operated by Caledonian MacBrayne, or by tour boat.
Facilities include a community ranger service, visitor centre, trails, guided walks, illustrated talks, general store, craft shop, seasonal tea room, hostel, camp site and other accommodation (prior booking required). The visitor centre is situated on the lower shore road, near the old pier, with an exhibition space where you can learn about the island’s special features and walking opportunities. Guided tours of Kinloch Castle are also available.
- Cycle path (inc mountain bike trails)
- Historical features
- Natural Heritage Service - Ranger Service
- Picnic Benches/Tables
- Visitor centre
- Water - Pond / Loch / Burn / River
- Wheelchair access
- Wildlife viewing
Isle of Rum, Inverness-shire, National PH43 4RR