Set in the remote and awe-inspiring scenery of the Trossachs, Inversnaid is rich with romantic and interesting history. It's a very special place for nature lovers.
Inversnaid is on the east shore of Loch Lomond, where Atlantic Oak woodland rises steeply from the loch and gives way to open moorland with spectacular views. The reserve is more than 800 hectare in size and rises from around sea level right up to the summit of Beinn a’ Choin, which peaks at 770m.
RSPB Scotland Inversnaid is a very special place, an internationally important example of rare Atlantic Oak woodland – a habitat so rich that it is also referred to as temperate rainforest. In the spring, the woodland is carpeted in Bluebells and alive with the sound of birdsong.