The Cairngorms National Park is a paradise for walkers, hikers and mountaineers. Whether just an evening stroll, one of the long distance walks or climbing one of the Munros, this is the place to be. Birdwatchers are challenged to spot the birds you can only find in this wonderful part of the world.
Golfers love to try out the various golf courses in the local area
Fishermen admire the river Spey, one of the fastest flowing rivers in Scotland and hope to get the catch of their life.
Roads & Bridges
There is also lots to see for those who like old road and railway bridges; (some of them are still in use) and exploring military history
Castles & GardensWhen you like visiting castles, historic houses and gardens, the north east of Scotlandhas a lot to offer.
Sheep and Wool
Enjoy our lovely sheep and visit wool mills from past and present
Whisky distilleries invite guests to visit and have a taste of this Scottish ‘water of life’. The distilleries all have something special. Breweries use our water for another product, and they also invite guests to visit. And as gin is becoming more and more popular, also distilleries making gin are calling this part of the Highlands home.