Voted ‘One of the Top 20 places to visit in the World’ by National Geographic Traveller Magazine, the Cairngorms National Park is on your doorstep at Parkmore.
The largest National Park in the UK incorporating the most beautiful and spectacular mountain scenery, the variety of landscape is a haven for wildlife including golden eagles, capercaillie, red squirrels and deer together with many rare and beautiful plants and flowers.
Pine tree forests, stunning lochs, breath-taking views and winding trails all await you in The Cairngorms. Take a rowing boat or kayak and head out on Loch Morlich, enjoy the incredible nature on the many mountain bike trails or take a trip to the mountain-top on the Cairngorms Mountain Railway.
During the winter season the park is Scotland’s skiing and snow-boarding haven, where you can enjoy the snow and scenery whichever your level.
For further information…
Official Visitors Guide to the Cairngorms National Park
Cairngorm Mountain Website
Walking Trails in The Park
Loch Morlich Watersports
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