Cairngorms National Park
Many paths and trails to explore and bursting with wildlife and scenery. Check website for details of prices and opening times.
So many beautiful views, walks and drives to be explored in this area. If you have any specific thoughts or questions on areas to explore please just ask.
The Cairngorm National Park is the largest in the UK. There is so much to do and see here such as.. Wildlife Mountain Biking Hill walking the Largest mountains in the Uk Ride a steam train Whiskey tours Walk in the tree tops Loch inch water-sports Loch Morlich beach and water sports Bird…
A huge area of stunning natural scenery. Visitors can walk or bike pretty much anywhere. Aviemore is about a 40 minute drive from here, which is where a lot of the tours and activities are based. But you can just get a map out and pick where you want to go. For winter visitors there is skiing…
“A stunning 15th century castle in a beautiful countryside. The castle has been conserved as a ruin but is well maintained. There is a short walk from a small car park. Auchindoun is a quiet, less known attraction. Entry is free. ”
“Over 20 tows and lifts - if the snow is here and the roads open, there is some (perhaps surprisingly) great ski-ing to be had just 45 minutes north of Rosebank.”
“Cardhu Distillery. Standing on the hill above the Textile Mill. The route from Grantown on Spey on the B9102 is quite wonderful. Guests and friends have enjoyed tastings and tours at Cardhu combining a trip up the Spey River on the older quieter road where the local farmer and gamekeeper may delay you!”
“Really delicious local food. And if you're in Burghead do walk right up to the end - it's a promontory sticking right out into the Moray Firth and the views are fantastic.”