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[column col=”1/2″] The Cairngorms National Park is, this year, celebrating 10 years as a National Park. Celebrations began with the opening on a new visitor facility at Blair Atholl, which houses the local ranger base and education centre. Increasing the accessibility of the landscape and nature of the Park for visitors, in a sustainable way, has been one of the major objectives and achievements of the National Park. [/column] [column col=”1/2″ last=”true”] news-cairngorms-cairngorms-national-park-is-10-years-old-01 [/column] [space height=”20″] [column col=”1/2″]


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[youtube height=”197″ width=”350″][/youtube] [/column] A special timeline has been put together to share some of the stories of what the park has achieved in their first decade. Visit Cairngorms Story Timeline to find out more. [space height=”20″]

Visit the Cairngorms in 2013

[space height=”20″] [tab] [tab_item title=”Where to stay and what to do”] Visit our Cairngorms National Park page to find Where to stay and Things to do. A list of the current events can be out here: What’s On In The Cairngorms National Park Where to stay and what to do in the Cairngorms National Park [/tab_item] [tab_item title=”Explore the area by villages you can visit”] There are many distinctive villages across the Cairngorms National Park all with their own unique character. From the highest village in the Highlands to the gentle tranquillity and mystery of tiny towns nestling by great rivers. Visit Cairngorms Visitor Website to find out what you can do where.. Explore the area by villages you can visit [/tab_item] [/tab] [space height=”20″]