A special gift for people who love wild places
Adopt an Acre makes an ideal gift for everyone who loves the outdoors - from walkers and climbers to nature lovers and photographers. Perfect for Christmas, birthdays, weddings, Valentine's Day, Fathers' Day, Mothers' Day, or in memory, each Adopt an Acre gift costs £25 and will care for an acre of mountain landscape for one year, helping to conserve these beautiful wild places.
**PLEASE NOTE** Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are not currently able to send Adopt an Acre gifts through the post. You can still order emailed certificates as usual.
If you order a gift pack to be posted, we will send you a certificate by email and will send the gift pack in the post as soon as we are able to. Unfortunately at the moment we do not know how long this will take. Thank you for your understanding.
Your Adopt an Acre gift pack contains:
- A personalised adoption certificate of your chosen mountain
- A signed letter of adoption
- An information leaflet about your mountain
When you adopt two or more acres on one mountain, you can choose to add a beautiful A3 print or exclusive enamel keyring (pictured here) to your gift pack as well. Need more information? See our FAQs
Protect these mountains
Towering above the Scottish Highlands, Ben Nevis is the highest and most famous mountain in the UK, covering an area of 4,300 acres from the dramatic northern cliffs to the roaring torrents of Steall Gorge.
Overlooking the wilds of Rannoch, Schiehallion, the 'Fairy Hill of the Caledonians', has over 2,000 acres of heathland and grassland with wildflowers stretching up to the rocky slopes of the summit.
Ladhar Bheinn, Knoydart
One of Scotland's most remote Munros, the slopes of Ladhar Bheinn cover 1,255 acres of land on the spectacular Knoydart Peninsula, rising dramatically above Loch Hourn.
Blà Bheinn, Skye
Blà Bheinn stands amongst the astonishing landscape of the Cuillin Hills, with over 12,000 acres of mountains, lochs and moorland providing a home to one of the densest populations of eagles in the UK.