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The estate includes some of Scotland's finest mountain scenery, comprising Liathach, which has seven tops and Beinn Alligin. A Trust Countryside Centre, with audio-visual presentation, Deer Museum and nearby herds of red deer and Highland cattle.

Five of the Trust's 46 Munros can be found at Torridon (What is a Munro?).

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Watch Cameron McNeish explain the importance of mountain conservation throughout the Trust’s mountain properties. Find out how you can take to support the Trust's work today.

The National Trust for Scotland cares for 200,000 acres of countryside including 46 Munros (Scottish mountains with a height over 3,000 ft) and 394 miles of mountain footpaths. This never-ending work relies on the support of our members, volunteers and donors.

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Torridon is renowned for its geology and nature

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Opening times

Estate, Deer Enclosure and Deer Museum (unstaffed): All year, daily.

Countryside Centre: Easter to 30 Sep, Sun-Fri 10-5.

Tel. 0844 493 2229

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