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Cairngorms National Park
Cairngorms National Park

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Cairngorms National Park

Explore the Cairngorms
The Cairngorms National Park is Britain’s quintessential wilderness, containing the UK’s largest area of sub-Arctic landscape (the closest you’ll come to such conditions in this country). It’s home to many rare alpine flora and mammal and bird species – a quarter of the 400 rare and endangered British plant species are found here. Visit just part of its 1,467 square miles and you might see golden eagles, red deer, osprey, capercaillie, ptarmigan and free-roaming reindeer.

And this is all easily accessible. The Angus Glens, on its southern fringe, are less than an hour’s drive from Dundee, while on its eastern edge the park is similarly close to Aberdeen. Climbers will especially be drawn to horizons dominated by the peaks of Ben Macdhui, Braeriach, Cairn Toul and Cairn Gorm.


Discover AA-rated B&Bs in and around the Cairngorms by choosing a location:

Recommended in Cairngorms National Park

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The Dulaig

Set in a tranquil Cairngorms location with a stunning garden, The Dulaig is our Guest Accommodation of the Year (Scotland) 2016.
102419 3

Loch Kinord Hotel

Family-run hotel with lots of character and a friendly atmosphere.
76719 1

The Cross

This riverside restaurant with rooms was once a water-powered tweed mill.