Ranger Events in May
8th May 2017
Armadale Burn Guided Walk
Wednesday 10th May 2017. 10am - 1pm.
Join the countryside Ranger on a great spring walk along this stunning glacial meltwater gorge, visiting the remains of a broch on route to the open hill beyond. History, spring flowers and other wildlife to enjoy on this 4miles/6.3km, Grade C guided walk.
Adults £4.50 concessions £3.50.
Moine Path Guided Walk
Wednesday 17th May 2017. 11am - 3.30pm.
Walk east with two local countryside Rangers along this traditional Highland route over the dramatic open, wild countryside of the Moine in north Sutherland. Enjoy lots of wildlife on-route including eagles, deer, plants, along with stunning wild scenery. Assistance with return vehicles is needed please ring if you are able to help. Suitable walking gear and reasonable level of fitness required. 7.5miles/12km.
This walk is free as part of the Flows to the Future peatland project.
All children must be accompanied at all events.
Bookings - Paul Castle 01847 821531
See poster for a number of events from the Ranger service..
Enjoy a gorgeous spring-time walk up the Dunbeath Strath. Follow the river through the hazel & birch woods and up onto Cnoc na Maranaich to take in amazing views.
So what do you do as a family in the dark evenings? Well here is an unusual activity night organised by the Highland Rangers that families can enjoy together. Join the rangers for a family event in the dark at Dunnet Bay.
A few Ranger events in June. See poster For many more Ranger events across Highland go to - https://www.highlifehighland.com/rangers/upcoming-events/ Don't forget about - Friday 1st June 2018 Area: Wick Foosum Fingers, outdoor messy play, Newtonhill croft forest Have you got a toddler that enjoys exploring outside? Come along for outdoor fun with multi-sensory play activities.
If you want to find out more about bats in Caithness you could not do better than head to Thrumster Woodlands with the Rangers. You might be surprised how many there are and where you can find them.
Join us for a walk along the breath taking cliff tops of Caithness for the 3rd in our series of 7 ranger guided walks along the East Coast, following the John O'Groats Trail. There's a lot to see on this walk - two beautiful harbours, sea stacks and nesting seabirds, coastal flora and a ruined Norse keep.
An interesting evening sure to be a hit with the kids..
The Rangers are planning a series of exciting events such as guided walks and children's activities throughout the Highlands. "There is something here for everyone" says Eilidh-Ann Phillips, Senior Ranger for South Highlands.
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