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What’s on Aviemore and the Cairngorms

Spectacular, awesome, beautiful, stunning and dramatic. Many superlatives describe Aviemore and the Cairngorms. This part of the Highlands has some of the most stunning scenery and wildlife diversity to be found anywhere in Scotland. An amazing menu of year-round outdoor activities make this one of the country’s most popular attractions with visitors of all ages.

 

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6th September 2014, Cairngorms:

Don your kilt and join us for this challenge to see how many people we can get at the top of Ben Macdui wearing kilts.

12th September 2014, Aberlour:

An illustrated talk on poverty-stricken Sierra Leone and how a group of football supporters helped change the life of a village.

4th October 2014, Highlands:

Porridge fans across the world are invited to join in the 21st annual World Porridge Making Championships.

12th October 2014, Aviemore:

The course is a truly ‘highland route’ but without the hills.

18th October 2014, Carrbridge:

Comar presents a production from Mull Theatre, The Drawer Boy, by Michael Healey.

Easter - October, Highlands:

This award-winning visitor attraction is a living history museum showing how people used to live in the Highlands, how they built their homes, how they tilled the soil and how they dressed.

Year-round, ;The Highlands:

Lying within the Cairngorms National Park and a short stroll away from the centre of Aviemore, Craigellachie is important for the mature birch woodland that clothe its lower slopes and for its distinctive crag that rises to some 500 metres above sea level.

Year-round, The Highlands:

A mosaic of ancient Caledonian pinewood, moorland, bog and mountain plateau, Abernethy is home to some of Scotland’s most spectacular wildlife.

Year-round, Inverness-shire:

Located on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, Creag Meagaidh feels like the Highlands compressed into one nature reserve.

Year-round, Cairngorm National Park:

A haven for wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts alike, it’s no surprise that Glenmore translates from the Gaelic as the ’big glen’.


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