We own and care for some of the finest wild places in Scotland including the summit of Ben Nevis and part of the Cuillin on Skye and recently took on the land management of Glenridding Common in the Lake District, England
NB: Our car parks and toilet facilities are currently CLOSED to restrict the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19).
We look after breathtaking mountains and coastline, dramatic gorges, native woodlands and beautiful meadow. These special places are open to explore and enjoy any time you like.
We own land to protect it, repair damage and to conserve it for future generations. We work with local communities and volunteers to restore habitats and bring back lost species. We maintain many miles of footpaths, clear invasive vegetation, pick up litter and clean beaches.
Read our latest Land Report to discover more about the land we own, and what we do on it. Then come and visit.
A mighty landscape of rugged peaks and ridges, Britain’s highest summit and the dramatic Steall gorge
A distinctive summit in Highland Perthshire with breathtaking views and a diverse range of habitats
An important hub for conservation volunteering and rewilding, and home to all sorts of wildlife
A dramatic wild place boasting acres of beautiful regenerating woodland and the summit of Ladhar Bheinn
A breath-taking mountain range in amazing Assynt featuring precious remnants of ancient oak woodland
A special wild place of awe-inspiring coastal beauty, exciting wildlife and the beautiful Sandwood Bay
A grand landscape rich in history and wildlife with miles of walking trails and the spectacular Cuillin hills
Glenridding Common comprises 1,000 hectares of common land, including the summit of Helvellyn, along with Striding Edge and Swirral Edge