Many Feet Make Heavy Work
Paul Thompson, Ranger at Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve writes about how erosion affects NNR properties. As the days lengthen the first purple saxifrage appears on the hill and the melting snow reveals, among other things, the extent of winter’s damage to our mountain footpaths.
Accessible and Sustainable
Paul Thompson, Ranger at Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve writes about the history surrounding the NNR. The NTS cares for over 75000ha of countryside, large proportions of which lie in national parks, nature reserves and scenic areas.
Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve
Ben Lawers is the highest mountain in the central highlands at 1214m (3984ft) and gives it’s name to a whole estate which includes seven mountains in the Lawers and Tarmachan ranges which overlook Loch Tay.