Holidays to the Cairngorms National Park
Britain’s largest National Park is in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. It is home to five of Scotland’s six highest mountains and some of Britain’s most unique landscape, wildlife, and habitats. A quarter of Britain’s threatened birds, animals and plant species are within the Park’s boundaries. Its rivers are home to rising populations of the endangered freshwater pearl mussel, as well as salmon, trout, and lampreys. In the sheltered valleys of the Spey and Dee are the last remains of Scotland’s primeval forests.
And if all this spectacular scenery is not enough there are castles and distilleries to visit!
Where to stay
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Things to do
Crathie Visitor Information Centre
The Car Park, Royal Deeside, Crathie | 013397 42414
Ballater Visitor Information Centre
The Old Royal Station, Station Square, Royal Deeside, Ballater | 013397 55306
Glenmore Visitor Centre
Glenmore, Aviemore | 01479 861256
Ralia Cafe and Tourist Information
A9 by Newtonmore | 01540 670066
Aviemore Visitor Information Centre
Grampian Road, Aviemore | 01479 810930
Tomintoul Visitor Information Centre
The Square, Tomintoul | 01807 580285
Grantown on Spey Visitor Information Centre
High Street, Grantown on Spey | 01479 872773
Braemar Visitor Information Centre
The Mews, Mar Road, Royal Deeside, Braemar | 013397 41600
Cairngorms National Park Authority
4 The Square, Grantown on Spey, PH26 3HG
www.cairngorms.co.uk | 013397 53601
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