This is an ancient Highland landscape formed by a super volcano hundreds of millions of years ago, then sculpted by massive glaciers in the last Ice Age. We care for 5,665 hectares (the size of around 4,000 football pitches!) in Glencoe National Nature Reserve.

The Pass of Glencoe is surrounded by towering mountains, the Hidden Valley, where stolen cattle were hidden by the Clan MacDonald, the soaring cliffs of the Three Sisters, home to the mythical Ossian’s Cave, and Signal Rock, where legend has it that the sign was given for redcoat soldiers to begin the infamous massacre.

Uncover the history of the people who once made their home in this awe-inspiring glen, before Jacobite loyalties and the Clearances saw them replaced with sheep and deer.

Just south of Glencoe lies Glen Etive, an incredible U-shaped glen, which is home to curious red deer and some instantly recognisable film scenes.