Rum

Nature Centres & Reserves


    Rum is an island of rugged mountains setting a dramatic stage for spectacular wildlife and archaeology.

    As you approach Rum, the rugged mountains set a dramatic stage for spectacular wildlife and archaeology. Circling eagles glide on outstretched wings overhead, majestic red deer graze on the hillsides and lithe otters frolic between sea and land. In summer, manx shearwaters veer onto the island at dusk, calling as they go, whilst the brooding mountains with their ancient history overlook it all.

    Facilities include a community ranger service, visitor centre, leaflets, trails, guided walks, illustrated talks, otter hide, general store, craft shop, seasonal tea room, hostel, camp site and other accommodation (prior booking required).

     

    Leisure Facilities

    • Gift Shop

    Public Transport Directions

    Calmac ferry from Mallaig (Tel: 01687 462403 or visit www.calmac.co.uk). Sheerwater Cruises of Arisaig regularly visit the island (Tel: 01687 450224 or visit www.arisaig.co.uk), as well as other charter hire companies from other destinations.
     

    Transport within Scotland

    For public transport information to visit here from within Scotland, enter your postcode and visit date below.

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