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Have You Been to the Isle of Rum?


Coire Dubh

Have a read of this lovely article by Marc from Visit Scotland, who was here in the last weekend of September, 2017. 

Some gorgeous photos go with it! 

Click on the photo, right, and it will take you to the article.

Scotland the Beautiful, as well as Brave!


Scotland has been voted the most beautiful country in the world by readers of the Rough Guide travel books.

The Rum Rut Walk, 2017


The Rut Walk on 30th September this year is now fully booked, but there are still spaces left on the 7th October walk. Email the ranger on for more details and to make a booking.

Hen Harrier Weekend! Talk & Walk, Sunday 6th August


Meet the Locals! Saturday 29th July


Meet the Locals!

Manx Shearwaters on the Isle of Rum NNR

A Night-time Adventure, Saturday 29 July 2017, 2000 – 0100

A trip to the Manx Shearwater breeding grounds under cover of darkness is a truly amazing wildlife experience.

Get up close to the noise, smell and activity, as tens of thousands of Manx Shearwaters make their return to their nesting burrows.

Join SNH staff on this special guided walk into the Rum Cuillin to discover more about this remarkable sea bird.

Don’t miss this amazing opportunity!

Booking Essential: to book, or for more information, contact:

01687 462026

Buzzfeed "Subterranean tunnels on Rum"


If you have seen the Buzzfeed listing "19 Life-changing Wild Adventures Everyone Must Try in Scotland", Rum is listed at No.5 : "Subterranean tunnels on Rum"

Please be aware, that Rum's Community Ranger is NOT able to tell you "safe spots to explore" - Rum is very wild, and the weather can be unforgiving. Even spots considered safe, can become unsafe very quickly if bad weather sets in. 

The Coastguard helicopter has come out to Rum to rescue hillwalkers twice already this year.

Caves Bay is very beautiful and accessible by a rough trail overland, but the majority of the caves around Rum's coastline are only accessible by kayak.

If you want to visit any of the caves, you must do so at your own risk. Rum's Community Ranger, and the Community itself, cannot be held responsible for accidents or injuries.

Here is the link to the Buzzfeed listing. 

Be safe!

Sporting Lease Opportunity


RUM National Nature Reserve

To let by Scottish Natural Heritage – a unique opportunity to manage the annual cull of around 60 stags for 5 years, over approximately 9,000 hectares on Rum National Nature Reserve. To be let from 2018 to 2022.

Interested parties are invited to submit an expression of interest in writing to the Project Manager, Lizzie Richards via email: or post to SNH, Dingwall Business Park, Fodderty Way, Dingwall, IV15 9XB, by 31st May 2017.

Please include a main contact name, address, email address and phone number. If you are responding on behalf of a syndicate or consortium, please provide similar details for all other syndicate/consortium members. Full tender documents will be issued to interested parties by 9th June 2017.

8th Anniversary Celidh!


Come along to the Anniversary Celidh in the Village Hall on Saturday 13th May, to celebrate 8 years of community ownership.

Ghetto Tractor playing - featuring Sandra MacBeth, Ian Cameron and Hector Henderson

9pm start

Tickets are £12 on the door

Rum is No.3 in "10 Best Wild Camping Sites in Scotland"


Wild camp on Rum! We're listed No.3 in the Guardian "10 Best Wild Camping Sites in Scotland" - but of course, everyone knows we're really No.1 !!

Celidh! Saturday 29th April


Time to get your dancing shoes on!

Come along to an informal Celidh from about 8pm onwards this Saturday 29th April.

Eilidh Shaw, Ross Martin, John Sommerville and others, will be playing.

A minimum donation of £4 per person on the door is suggested, to help with Hall running costs.

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