The Trust has created a series of nature trails at Armadale, a number of which are accessible to less able-bodied visitors, leading beyond the elegant gardens into areas of beautiful mixed woodlands. In spring, these woodlands are carpeted with bluebells and wild garlic, and the air is filled with their heady scent.
The trails pass through areas of pasture, with views of Armadale Castle nestling amongst the trees, and lead onto open hill to the panoramic viewpoint at the top of Cnoc Armadail. This spot lays the magnificent Sleat peninsula before you, framed on one side by the spectacular Cuillin ridge and on the other by the mainland hills of Knoydart.
This is the territory of red deer and golden eagles with the opportunity of a rare glimpse of the sea eagle.