Life on the edge
As you approach Rum, the rugged mountains set a dramatic stage for spectacular wildlife and archaeology. Circling eagles glide on outstretched wings overhead, majestic red deer graze on the hillsides and otters frolic between sea and land. In summer, manx shearwaters veer onto the island at dusk, calling as they go, whilst the brooding mountains and their ancient history overlook it all.
All this awaits your visit, and there is something special for you at any time of year.
Find out how to get here and about visiting and exploring this reserve.
Find out about volunteering on Rum
Read more about the wildlife, habitats and cultural interest of this reserve.
Read about how we manage this reserve.
Find publications about this reserve.
View paintings in the Rum collection online
Contact information for the reserve.
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