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Guidebook for Kincraig

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Guidebook for Kincraig

Entertainment & Activities
Lots of animals
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RZSS Highland Wildlife Park
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Lots of animals
Drinks & Nightlife
The pub isn't in Kingussie, it's in Kincraig 10 mins walk away. Mike is the friendly owner.
Suie Hotel
The pub isn't in Kingussie, it's in Kincraig 10 mins walk away. Mike is the friendly owner.
Parks & Nature
Walk, hike and climb in the stunning and wild Cairngorm Mountains (and further afield); quad bike, cycle, fish and golf; fancy gliding? Your chance is only 25 mins drive away in Glen Feshie; scores of activities and places to visit in the National Park; you will never run of of things to do and places to go :-)
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Cairngorms National Park
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Walk, hike and climb in the stunning and wild Cairngorm Mountains (and further afield); quad bike, cycle, fish and golf; fancy gliding? Your chance is only 25 mins drive away in Glen Feshie; scores of activities and places to visit in the National Park; you will never run of of things to do and places to go :-)
It's not just for kids - education can be great fun for everybody! Children will have a super time on the adventure playground and everybody can learn about rural life, farming and industry in a woodland setting with sawmilling demonstrations.
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Landmark Forest Adventure Park
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It's not just for kids - education can be great fun for everybody! Children will have a super time on the adventure playground and everybody can learn about rural life, farming and industry in a woodland setting with sawmilling demonstrations.
On a sunny day make for Loch Morlich with its sandy beach and superb backdrop of the Cairngorm Mountains. The water of Loch Morlich, being fed from mountain streams, won't be super warm but it will be refreshing. The adventurous can try watersports. Lots of walking trails nearby in Glenmore Forest Park.
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Loch Morlich
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On a sunny day make for Loch Morlich with its sandy beach and superb backdrop of the Cairngorm Mountains. The water of Loch Morlich, being fed from mountain streams, won't be super warm but it will be refreshing. The adventurous can try watersports. Lots of walking trails nearby in Glenmore Forest Park.
Arts & Culture
An excellent depiction of rural life from the 1700s to the 1950s with over 30 buildings, exhibits and a working croft
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Highland Folk Museum
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An excellent depiction of rural life from the 1700s to the 1950s with over 30 buildings, exhibits and a working croft
Sightseeing
It's not as well known as its near neighbour Balmoral which has restricted access in August. At Braemar you can walk around the grounds or take a guided tour of the inside.
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Braemar Castle
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It's not as well known as its near neighbour Balmoral which has restricted access in August. At Braemar you can walk around the grounds or take a guided tour of the inside.
Food Scene
Good and hearty Scottish fare with a busy bar with live music and right in the centre of Aviemore. The Winking Owl about 500m north is a good food and drink spot. Or for somewhere really local try Loch Insh Watersports bistro.
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Cairngorm Hotel
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Good and hearty Scottish fare with a busy bar with live music and right in the centre of Aviemore. The Winking Owl about 500m north is a good food and drink spot. Or for somewhere really local try Loch Insh Watersports bistro.
Shopping
While there are plenty of Scottish gift shops in Aviemore and locally, call in to The House of Bruar on your way here or on your way home. It has a huge variety of Scottish merchandise from outdoor clothing to jam. The restaurant has a good variety of food and there's even a fish and chip shop
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The House of Bruar
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While there are plenty of Scottish gift shops in Aviemore and locally, call in to The House of Bruar on your way here or on your way home. It has a huge variety of Scottish merchandise from outdoor clothing to jam. The restaurant has a good variety of food and there's even a fish and chip shop