Panoramic displays, excellent photography and information boards tell the story of the reserve. A 3D map provides orientation and boards are regularly updated with information on what is about.
Information is available on places to go around the reserve and Wester Ross for walks, scenery and wildlife.
A viewing window looks out into the woodland with a pond and bird feeders providing excellent views of many species.
A member of staff is available to answer your questions.
Open March to October: 10am - 5pm (Free)
Visitor centre: 01445 760258 (seasonal - March to October)
Office: 01445 760254 (answer machine outwith office hours)
The visitor centre is fully accessible to wheelchair users.
The displays in the centre are well-lit, clear and accessible. The visitor centre will provide you with details on path distances, estimated time, rest points and viewpoints.
There are toilets at the visitor centre. These are open all year round and one is fully accessible.
Additional toilets can be found at the car park at Slattadale, a Forestry Commission Scotland site.
There are picnic benches at the visitor centre accessible to wheelchair users. There are other picnic tables with fixed benches on grass banks beside the Glas Leitir car park.
There are regular resting places on the interpreted trails by the visitor centre. Both the woodland trail and the wooded section of the mountain trail have 5 evenly spaced seats (no backs or arms), and there are many boulders you can sit on along the mountain trail.