Landmark Forest Adventure Park
If you are travelling with kids, a visit to Landmark is a must. Tree top trails, water slides and a cracking gift shop.
Great fun for all the family. Woodland walks, water rides, roller coaster and maze.
Outdoor Supply Store
“Yes, that's me - rocking the pink look in my happy place. In just 45 minutes, you'll be in skiing or snowboarding heaven. You just need to do the snow dance first! For those into hillwalking, there's lots of walks. Cairngorm is a Munro (mountain over 3000 feet) and Ben Macdui is next door - the UK's second highest mountain at 4294 feet. If you plan to climb any hills around the Cairngorm National Park, they can be tricky to navigate in poor weather or low cloud, so you need a map and compass and the knowledge to use them! ”
“Simply Awesome, there will likely be a wait for a table but it's well worth it!”
“We like this wildlife park because the animals seem to have more space and because the kids love it. Endlessly facinating watching the polar bears, tigers, scottish wild cats, red pandas, monkeys, etc.”
“Pop along to say hello to the Cairngorm Reindeer herd. Check out the ‘Footsteps’ book at Wildcat Lodge.”
“Lochindorb (from the Scottish Gaelic: Loch nan Doirb meaning "loch of the minnows") is a freshwater loch north of Grantown on Spey in the Highland council area of Scotland. On the island are the ruins of Lochindorb Castle, a former stronghold of the Clan Comyn and is built on what now is said to be an artificially created island. It is also a popular spot with fishers and birdwatchers, the latter of whom come to see the local black-throated divers and greylag geese. At the southeast edge of the loch there is a small patch of coniferous forest. The "Wolf's Lair": Lochindorb Castle at Lochindorb in Badenoch, stronghold of Alexander Stewart, Earl of Buchan. Lochindorb is home to an array of wildlife and is a popular fishing and birdwatching spot. The loch was traditionally a game loch with a large native brown trout population however there has been a dramatic decrease in numbers. Pike have been recorded in the loch for over 20 years and were illegally stocked. Pike have been used as an excuse for the demise of the trout, however anglers have been removing large numbers of trout due to no bag limit or permit system being in place.”