The spectacular cliffs at Fowlsheugh are packed with more than 130,000 breeding seabirds during the spring and summer months. These include guillemots, razorbills and kittiwakes, along with some puffins and fulmars too. If you're lucky, you might also spot grey seals and dolphins in the water here.
Getting hereFor further information on accessible travel in Scotland, go to Transport Scotland.
Travel by public transport
Path to main entrance
Getting around inside
Getting around outside
Designated Walking Trail
One nature trail, 1.5 km with two steep flights of steps at the beginning, wooden bridge and small sections of board walk.
Unsurfaced and uneven.
Width restrictions including 1m gate at reserve entrance.
Path is at times close to the unprotected cliff edge.
Perch-style benches without arms or backs at irregular intervals.
Shelter has minimal facilities, a bench with a curved seat is available inside. Door opens inwards and windows do not open.
Dogs kept under close control are welcome on the reserve trail.