Come and experience the North Harris wildlife in all its glory at one of a series of “Roaring and Rutting” walks organised by the North Harris Trust throughout October.

Meet just East of Amhunsuidhe Castle (NB 052 077) at 10am tomorrow (October 7th), and  Thursdays October 12, 19 and 26th for guided treks through stunning Glen Cravadale and Glen Ulladale where herds of red deer congregate for the annual rut, an impressive mating display where males lock antlers in fierce battle to defend their hareems.  

A further walk will take place on Saturday October 19th at Bogha Glas takign you to Loch Langhabhat.  

The treks vary between medium (Grade B) hikes of 6 miles and difficult (Grade C) 10.5 mile routes and will last between 5 and 6 hours.  Participants are advised to bring a packed lunch, waterproofs and come equipped with sturdy boots. 

For more details of the walks and their difficulty contact the North Harris Ranger This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | 01859 502 222 or check out our webpage: www.north-harris.org