The 11,000 acres that constitutes Tomdoun Estate are teeming with wildlife. With wild deer roaming the hill and golden eagles soaring overhead.
EXPERIENCE THE REAL WILD
Stalking majestic game in its natural habitat has been the way of the Highlands for centuries. The estate offers red and roe deer stalking, woodcock and wild duck shooting. Speak to our head stalker for available days.
Birdwatchers and lovers of the natural world flock to the Highlands to experience the magnificent bird-life we have in this region. Be shown osprey, golden eagle, Red-Throated and Black-Throated divers – all of which can be found on the Estate.
Immerse yourself in this truly wondrous landscape. Enjoy its mix of river, track and pathway, exploring the hills and glens that lead the way to the coast, Isle of Skye and Outer Hebrides.
THE GOLDEN EAGLE
An emblem of Scotland, the adult golden eagle boasts a wingspan of more than two metres enabling it to circle effortlessly on high. Considered our top predator, aquila chrysaetos builds its giant eyrie nests on rocky cliff faces and high trees. They are regular visitors to Tomdoun.
Tomdoun Estate covers 11,000 acres of unspoilt Highlands, west of Fort Augustus and north-east of Malaig. This historic part of West of Scotland is rich in clan heritage and great place to embrace the ancient spirit of the Highlands. It remains one of the UK’s last great wildernesses.
Tomdoun – part of the Tuxford Estates.