Saturday, 7 January 2012

Cairn Gorm National Park 7th January.

Craigatin House spent the afternoon at 1097metres above sea level on the Cairn Gorm mountain near Aviemore.   

Minus 16 degrees with the wind chill did not deter loads of skiers and snowboarders making the most of the conditions.

There are few destinations in the world more beautiful than the Cairngorms National Park during winter. As the snow falls the range of activities to enjoy becomes all the more extensive.

For us, the hot chocolate in the mountain cafe
was a much better choice!

Whether you plan to ski down the Cairn Gorm Mountain or not, you’ll still want to scale its heights to enjoy the incredible views across Aviemore, Strathspey and further afield in Scotland.

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