Auch & Invermearan Estate is situated in the southern Highlands of Scotland, ringed by ranges of impressive peaks. The predominantly hill land rises from an altitude of 300m to 1,076m at the summit of Beinn Dorain. Home to 9,000 sheep and cattle, its expansive natural landscape offers family and friends tranquil getaways from the modern-day frenzy. Nature lovers will find pleasurable pastimes in exploring our hiking trails on foot or bike, wild swimming and wild brown trout fishing in the secluded Loch Lyon, as well as fishing for the king of fish - the Atlantic Salmon, in the estate's own private beat of the River Orchy.
Influenced by the altitude, weather conditions, and historical management, Auch Estate now has unique and distinctive communities of plants that occur very rarely throughout Scotland. Many rare or endangered species of wild plants have found a refuge on our hills, so it is not surprising that the area has been recognised as of high conservation importance both in the Scottish and European context.