Experience rewilding in action

Explore Dundreggan’s wild landscape on a guided rewilding walk and find out more about the trees, plants and animals that live in this special place.

Join a guided tour of our specialist tree nursery to learn more about how our team works with volunteers to grow up to 100,000 rare and native trees every year.

Experience rewilding in action and find out how you can play a part in protecting the natural world.

Explore Dundreggan

You are not just a visitor to this landscape or to nature; you are part of it.

Our rewilding journey is visible in the landscape here at Dundreggan. It is in the regenerating woodland; in the birds, mammals, insects and fungi that exist together in the branches; in the bogs, roots and the earth beneath your feet.

Explore our footpath network to see rewilding in action and experience what makes Dundreggan so special.

Ceum an Aitinn (‘kame un AHTCH-in’) the juniper path

916m (approx ½ mile) | Allow 30 minutes | All-access

A great low-level circular path taking you past lush juniper, hidden burns, signs of past people and a chorus of birdsong.

Accessibility: A wide, semi-bound surfaced path with an optional short and moderately steep there-and-back detour to a waterfall viewpoint.

Ceum an Daraich (‘kame un DAR-ich’) the oak path

1.2km (approx ¾ mile) | Allow 45 minutes | Moderate

A circular route passing by our tree nursery, sìthichean (fairies), ancient oaks, and mature regenerating woodland dripping with mosses and lichens.

Accessibility: Wide, semi-bound surfaced path with several short, moderately steep sections.

Ceum a’ Ghiuthais (‘kame uh YOO-ish’) the pine path

2.2km (1 ¾ miles) | Allow 1 hour 30 minutes | Strenuous

Really explore Dundreggan through woodland to open moorland with views over one of our planting areas and shieling remains, before returning downhill past regenerating trees, wood ant nests and fragrant bog myrtle.

Accessibility: A steep, rough and often narrow path, with frequent obstacles and boggy patches. Caution: some burn (stream) crossings may be impassable after rain.

Ceum a Fhraoich (‘kame un ROEU-ich’) the heather path

4km (2 ½ miles) | Allow 2 hours | Strenuous

A circular route passing stands of old pines to open moorland with glorious views of Glenmoriston.

Accessibility: Rocky, steep, rough but wide track winding up toward the base of Binnilidh Bheag. It is possible to reach this summit across rough, pathless ground. Caution: some burn (stream) crossings may be impassable after rain.

Stay at An Spiris

After an exciting day of exploring Dundreggan and the local area, spend the evening relaxing in our brand-new accommodation.

An Spiris is a convenient base for those keen to spend longer in Glenmoriston and offers 20 double/twin bedrooms, boot rooms for drying outdoor gear and a comfortable communal space perfect for sharing stories about the day’s adventures.

What’s On

Book tickets for our special events, film showings, musical performances and more!

Plan your visit

Centre opening times

March – September

Daily | 9.30 am – 4.30 pm


Wed-Sun | 9.30 am – 4.30 pm

November – February

Wed-Sun | 9.30 am – 3.30 pm

18 December – 3 January


An Spiris booking availability

March – October

Seven days a week

1 November – 30 November

Wednesday – Saturday

1 December – 29 February



Open all year round

Entry and booking

Access to our Rewilding Centre and footpaths is free.

Tours, activities and events are available can be booked here. (Please note access to the Dundreggan tree nursery is only available with a guided tour.)

Dogs are welcome in the Rewilding Centre and throughout the Dundreggan estate but should be kept on a lead at all times. Please remember to clean up after your dog. Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted in the An Spiris accommodation building.

Get in touch

01320 340380

[email protected]


Dundreggan Rewilding Centre
Dundreggan Estate
Inverness IV63 7YJ

Food and drink

Our cafe An Nead (Gaelic meaning ‘the nest’) is a cosy and comfortable spot to enjoy a delicious meal, light snack or quick bite.

Our menu changes with the seasons and uses tasty, locally sourced ingredients which are freshly cooked in our kitchen every day. Please talk to one of our team about any specific dietary requirements

Local Attractions

Redburn Cafe

Less than a mile west of the Centre is a fantastic local business, Redburn Cafe and Giftshop. Pop in for delicious, locally sourced food and gifts.

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Glen Rowan Cafe, Invermoriston

A family-run business specialising in fresh/local food and speciality coffee and cake, in a beautiful location.

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The Clog and Craft Shop, Invermoriston

Pay a visit to this traditional shop for handmade clogs, belts, hats, bags and accessories from Loch Ness Leather.

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Glenmoriston Arms, Invermoriston

A traditional and friendly Highland hotel with 11 bedrooms, restaurant and bar situated on the Great Glen Way.

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Fort Augustus

A picturesque village halfway between Inverness and Fort William offering fantastic views of Loch Ness, access to the Caledonian Canal, cafes, restaurants and local attractions.

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Urquhart Castle

Discover more than 1,000 years of stirring history centred on the Great Glen. The magnificently situated Urquhart Castle, on the shore of Loch Ness, has seen some of the most dramatic chapters in our nation’s story.

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Jacobite Cruises

Enjoy Loch Ness cruises and tours in comfort with Loch Ness by Jacobite and immerse yourself in Scotland’s most famous legend.

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Loch Ness Hub

For tours, tickets, e-bike hire and visitor information about Loch Ness, visit the Hub in Drumnadrochit.

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Eilean Donan Castle

On the road to the Isle of Skye sits Eilean Donan Castle, situated on an island at the point where three great sea lochs meet and surrounded by majestic scenery.

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Rewilding Centre Access

Entrance to the Dundreggan Rewilding Centre is via a ramp access walkway, suitable for wheelchair and pushchair users.


Free parking is available in our gravel car park with space for around 60 cars.

Accessible parking spaces are located next to the Centre entrance.

Two electric vehicle charging points are available in the accessible parking area near the entrance. (CURRENTLY OUT OF ORDER)


Make use of two electric vehicle charging points located next to our accessible parking spaces. (CURRENTLY OUT OF ORDER)

Toilets and baby changing

Accessible toilets are available in both east and west corridors of the Centre, along with baby changing facilities.


Seating is available in the cafe, An Nead, and the adjoining outdoor seating area.

Additional seating is also available in the bothy, Am Bothan, and the library, An Suidhe.

Visitors with visual and hearing impairments

The Rewilding Centre is fitted with induction loops.

Our audio and video content makes use of captions and transcripts.

Footpath accessibility guidance

We have a range of footpaths with different levels of challenge, from fully wheelchair accessible to steep and strenuous.

Each path offers its own opportunities to experience Dundreggan’s wonderful wildlife and heritage. Our path descriptions and symbols follow Paths for All guidance and give you information about the gradient and surface

Tree nursery

Please note, access to our tree nursery is only available with a guided tour.