Home to over 17,000 people and extremely popular with visitors all year round, the Cairngorms is Britain's largest national park and is home to an extraordinary range of landscapes, wildlife, history, people and activities. With a huge mountain range, native forests, gleaming rivers and lochs and extensive moorlands and farmlands the Cairngorms is sure to offer a tremendously special and exciting experience for all who choose to visit this beautiful area. A warm welcome is guaranteed at the Cairngorms and there is plenty to see and do for visitors from all walks of life.
For the keen walkers and climbers out there, five of Scotland's six highest mountains are contained within this national park and the expansive arctic wilderness present in the Cairngorms provides the largest area of arctic mountain landscapes in the British Isles, making the Cairngorms the perfect destination for all outdoor adventure enthusiasts. With a plethora of other outdoor activities available all around the park, from horse riding to mountain biking to canoeing and fishing, the Cairngorms is certainly the place to be for those after a true Scottish outdoor adventure holiday.
In addition to the above, for all the nature enthusiasts, the diverse and unique landscapes of the Cairngorms provide a habitat for a multitude of vegetation, insects and animals with 25 per cent of the UK's threatened bird, animal and plant species finding a home in the Cairngorms. From the Golden Eagle to wildcats, otters, badgers and red squirrels, there is something for everyone to spot here, so why not try one of the many nature trails available and see for yourself. Whatever you want to make of the Cairngorms, whether it be a relaxing retreat or an adventure filled holiday, this wonderful National Park will certainly not let you down.