There are plenty of walking options at Beinn Eighe. Waymarked trails leave from either the visitor centre just outside Kinlochewe or the Coille na Glas-Leitir car park on the shores of Loch Maree.
Two routes start at the visitor centre - the pine cone and buzzard trails. A further path connects from these to the village of Kinlochewe. The pine cone trail and the path to Kinlochewe village have flat, level surfaces and low gradients.
Each trail begins in the pinewood close to the visitor centre with the longer buzzard trail reaching more open ground providing excellent views of the Beinn Eighe Ridge and surrounding countryside.
From Loch Maree side you can choose a woodland walk with a chance of spotting some local wildlife or a more arduous mountain trail of just over 6km which takes three or four hours and demands sturdy footwear. The paths on these are narrow with numerous steps.
For the more serious hillwalker or mountaineer there are lots of options in and around Beinn Eighe. Information on these routes can be found in the many guide books which cover the area.