The path network on the Tireragan estate encompasses approximately 6km of rough pathways through the increasingly deep vegetation that has resulted of removing all grazing from the estate more than 10 years ago.
A short but steep walk to the top of Torr Fada will reward with a view towards Iona to the northwest and a view over much of Tireragan to the south.
The woodland section of the walk takes the walker through sections of birch or hazel dominated woodland, with the occasional interspersed rowan, aspen and oak.
The longest walk takes a route through heather heathland, peat bog and past the deserted village of Breac Achadh and on south to the wonderful beach of Traigh Gheal.
However far one ventures into Tireragan a walker can not only wonderful views of the rugged landscape and coastline of Tireragan but also a glimpse of the life lived in past centuries while experiencing the regeneration of a natural landscape.
Although Highland Renewal try to ensure that the paths are easy to follow it should be noted that they can be very wet in places. The walks leaflet can be downloaded from our publications page.