CAIRNGORM MOUNTAIN

CAIRNGORM MOUNTAIN

Catering for adrenaline enthusiasts and mountain-sport enthusiasts, as well as those older visitors and those with limited mobility, the Cairngorms is the perfect day out. The winner in the ‘Best Active Venue’ category at the 2010 Rough Guide to Accessible Britain awards, Scotland’s only Funicular Railway at Cairngorm Mountain has carriages that are easy to navigate, comfortable and have plenty of room.

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LOCH MORLICH

LOCH MORLICH

Loch Morlich offers a stunning beach, a variety of activities and tuition, all within the beautiful settings of the Cairngorms and Glenmore Forest. Loch Morlich enjoys one of the most exquisite settings of any loch in the country. Forests and fringed beaches surround the area with the stunning backdrop of often snow-clad peaks of the northern Cairngorms. Activities including sailing, windsurfing, stand up paddleboarding (SUP), kayaking and canoeing await your visit.

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LOCH AN EILEIN

LOCH AN EILEIN

Breath-taking is indeed an apt description for this scenic trip. Loch an Eilein, loch of the island, with a 13th-century castle, was voted Britain’s Best Picnic Spot. Visitors can enjoy some of the best low-level walking in Scotland. You will be sheltered by ancient pine trees with views of the mountains. The path around the loch is suitable for motorised wheelchairs, off-road buggies and is part of the 50km Rothiemurchus way marked network of trails.

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GLENMORE FOREST PARK

GLENMORE FOREST PARK

Glenmore Forest Park, in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, is a beautiful place to see what makes the National Park unique. Centuries-old forests form a green sea around high, rounded mountains, and lochs with sandy beaches that glitter in the sun. Rare wildflowers and birds thrive among the trees – much of the forest park is a National Nature Reserve. Best of all, it is easy to explore, with plenty of things to see and do whatever your mood.

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DISCOVER THE WIDE VARIETY OF ATTRACTIONS IN THE CAIRNGORMS

The biggest problem you will have is what to choose to do in the Cairngorms. An abundance of places to visit, things to do and activities to try, await all the family.

From polar bear cubs and adventure parks to championship golf courses and whisky trails, The Cairngorms has something to suit all interests and ages. With winter mountain sports and summer bagging, it's the ideal location for outdoor adventure.