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Top 5 Attractions in Aviemore

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Top 5 Attractions in Aviemore

Top 5 Attractions in Aviemore


Positioned at the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, Rothiemurchus offers spectacular landscapes. You can find interesting outdoor tasks, alongside  Scottish crafts and foods. 

You could pick just to walk or cycle around our meticulously preserved paths, taking in the amazing views. Or possibly you wish to take part in a few of the many outdoor tasks we provide.  You can discover fishing, clay shooting, quad bikes, canoeing, pony riding, off-road driving,  archery and wildlife watching.

Loch Morlich

The Cairngorms National Park is in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. It offers castles, distilleries and countless outdoor fun. The UK's largest National Park offers masses of things to do. This includes watersports, wildlife watching and snowsports. You can find incredible easy and difficult strolling and cycling paths. Cairngorms National Park has great deals of impressive locations to go and things to do in the one location.  

Funicular Railway - Cairngorm Mountain

The Cairngorms is a range of mountains of extremes. CairnGorm Mountain is Britain's 6th highest and your gateway to an ancient Antarctic landscape. No matter what the climate, the mountain will certainly impress you. The mountain train is a safe and comfy journey for visitors of any ages and ability.  Take pleasure in a journey that takes you 1097m above water level to experience the effect of altitude on the landscape, the weather and on you! If you are feeling energetic, you could choose to hike to the top then take the train down.

The Cairngorm Reindeer Centre

The Cairngorm Reindeer Herd is Britain's only free-ranging herd of reindeer located in the Cairngorm mountains in Scotland. These tame and friendly pets are a delight to all that come and see them. Reindeer are not just for Christmas! There are presently around 150 reindeer in the herd. These mostly ranging on the Cairngorm Mountains with the remainder on the Glenlivet Estate, the areas being some 30 miles apart.

Highland Wildlife Park

The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland was founded in 1909. This was by an Edinburgh legal representative Thomas Gillespie. A visionary and nature lover, in just 4 years he amassed enough assistance and funding to make it possible.  The Society was able to purchase an 85-acre site to the west of Edinburgh, for ₤ 17,000 with assistance from the City of Edinburgh Council.

Are you planning a visit to the Highlands? Superior Highland Lets offer Aviemore self catering cottages.