Is Aviemore worth visiting?

Is Aviemore worth visiting?

Aviemore is a well known and popular holiday destination with beautiful scenery and an abundance of things to do for all ages. There is a thriving local population and a welcoming atmosphere for all our visitors.

How long is the Aviemore Orbital?

Aviemore Orbital A rich and varied trail taking in Milton Woods and some of Aviemore’s hidden heritage. Distance: 3¾ miles (6km) Approximate time: 2 hours Start: Village centre Terrain: Pavements and minor roads, surfaced paths with some steep sections.

What is the population of Aviemore?


Aviemore Scottish Gaelic: An Aghaidh Mhòr
Aviemore Location within the Badenoch and Strathspey area
Population 3,230 (mid-2020 est.)
Language English Scottish Gaelic
OS grid reference NH898129

How do I get to the Cairngorm ski Centre?

By Bus or Train With CityLink busses and multiple trains passing through on the Highland main line, Aviemore is easy to get to on public transport. The local Stagecoach 37 bus runs between Aviemore and the mountain resort. Find information on the Aviemore train station here. See the 37 Stagecoach bus timetable here.

Is rothiemurchus dog friendly?

Rothiemurchus is a very dog friendly area and the walks around Loch an Eilein are given over to dog walkers but be aware there are a lot of places you are asked to keep your dog on a lead or under close control as per the country code.

How far is it around Loch Morlich?

3.70 mile
Try this 3.70 mile, loop trail near Aviemore, Highland. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 1 h 51 min to complete. This trail is great for camping, fishing, and hiking.

Where does the Speyside Way start?

The Speyside Way runs from Buckie on the shore of the Moray Firth coast of NE Scotland, south-westwards to Aviemore on the edge of the Cairngorm Mountains, a distance of approximately 65 miles.

When was the Aviemore Centre demolished?

Travel to the Alpine resorts became more within reach, not least due to the opening of the Channel Tunnel, and Aviemore struggled to hold its allure. By the late 1990s, a large part of The Aviemore Centre had been demolished.

How do I get to Cairngorm from Aviemore?

The quickest way to get from Aviemore to Cairngorm Mountain Railway is to taxi which costs £24 – £30 and takes 14 min. Is there a direct bus between Aviemore and Cairngorm Mountain Railway? Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Aviemore, Station station and arriving at Cairngorm Ski Centre, Car Park.

Can you drive up the Cairngorm mountain?

The main car parking area for visitors to Cairngorm Mountain is at the base of Coire Cas with space for over 400 cars including accessible, and coach specific parking areas.