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There are plenty of watersport activities available
at Loch Insh as well as a dry ski slope. Loch Insh
is the nearest loch to where the properties
are situated.

There are also watersports facilities at Loch
Morlich which is at the bottom of the
Cairngorm Mountain ski area.

 

 

 

Cairngorm Mountain is home to the ski slopes
in the winter but has become increasingly popular
all the year round, especially following the
building of the Funicular railway which takes
you right to the top. There is a special viewing
area on the summit with breathtaking views
.

 

Glenmore Fishing_on_Spey Landmark
Next to Loch Morlich is Glenmore Lodge from
where there are many walks and the Reindeer
visitor centre
.
The River Spey offers a wonderful fishing
experience for both keen anglers and
beginners. Varieties of fish include
salmon and trout.
Situated at Carrbridge the Landmark Centre is a leisure
park with Adventureland, Microworld, Treetop Trail,
Climbing Pinnacle, Water slides, Aerial challenges, etc.
Feshie_Bridge Ardverikie
Ruthven_Barracks
Feshie Bridge. Ardverikie Castle, which sits on the shore of Loch Laggan
('Glenbogle' in 'Monarch of the Glen').
Ruthven Barracks, near Kingussie,
dating from Jacobite times.
Kingussie_Golf HFM_Newtonmore
Highland_Games
Kingussie (above), Newtonmore and
Grantown offer 18 hole courses, while
there are 9 hole courses at Boat of Garten,
Nethybridge and Carrbridge.
Highland Folk Museum in Newtonmore. Find out
about Highland life over past centuries.


There are several annual Highland Games
in the area including Newtonmore
shown above.
Steam Train Insh_Marshes
Loch_an_Eilein

The Strathspey Steam Railway is open from
April to October, and on certain days in the
winter and over New Year. Trains run from
Aviemore via Boat of Garten to Broomhill
(Glen Bogle station in Monarch of the Glen).

 

 

The RSPB have several reserves in the area.
Insh Marshes (above), Loch Garten,
Abernethy and Loch Ruthven are homes to
many rare species such as harriers,
ospreys, capercaillie and Slavonian grebes.

There are many low level walks in the area.
A popular one is around Loch an Eilein,
Rothiemurchus near Aviemore (above): also high
level walks for the more adventurous. Activities in
Rothiemurchus include wildlife watching, landrover
tours, fishing, shooting clays and quad tours.