Directions and useful information for getting to Whitelee Windfarm.
Information to plan a visit to Whitelee including access advice, where to go, route maps and the route options for walking, cycling, horse riding, mobility scooters and more.
Download maps of Whitelee to take onsite with you and find out what facilities are available at Whitelee.
Learn about the amazing variety of wildlife/biodiversity found at Whitelee, from plants to birds - you might be surprised at just how much is hiding here!
Information for Schools, Colleges, Universities on ranger led environmental education session and the educational workshops offered at the Whitelee Visitor Centre.
Next event: Boggy Beasties - Mad 'n' Muddy Mayhem, Wednesday 29th June, 10.30am - 12noon, Booking essential
Helpful information on outdoor pursuits (walking, cycling, horse riding) at Whitelee including information on facilities and wheelchair access.
The windfarm tracks and trails are un-graded but the majority of them would be graded as green to blue grade levels by the International Mountain Biking Association.
Find out about all the routes and trails suitable for horses.
Visitors to Whitelee can 'wild camp' under the rights granted by the Scottish Outdoor Access Code (SOAC), if done responsibly.
Whitelee is popular with walkers, offering various route lengths and terrain to suit most ability levels, dotted with historical sites, points of interest and a variety of wildlife to spot.
Information about the role of the Countryside Ranger Service and how to contact them.
Information about 100's of years of history, the varied geography and geology and the moorland landscape of the Whitelee area.
Opening times for the visitors' centre facilities (including toilets) at Whitelee Windfarm.