The Cairngorms has had an important role to play in much of Scotland's history - from Royal fueds and bloody battles to industrial revolution. There are many sites which tell these stories dotted all around the Cairngorms National Park - at some you may have to use your imagination a little more than at others, but they all delve deep into the history of the area.
Loch an Eilein (loch of the island) with it's 13th century island castle was voted 'UK's best picnic spot', easy walks through anc...
Loch an Eilein
Experience the natural beauty and wild landscapes of Atholl Estates on a relaxing Highland Pony trek. Enjoy a relaxing trek into ...
Only two walls remain of this former stronghold of Alexander Stewart, better known as the 'Wolf of Badenoch' (1342-1406). The rui...
During August, September and October the grounds, gardens and exhibitions are closed to the Public as The Royal Family are in resi...
Blair Castle is nestled in the dramatic landscape of Highland Perthshire and has been home to 19 generations of Stewarts and Murra...
17th Century Castle with an exciting story. Built in 1628 by the Earl of Mar as his Highland hunting lodge, burned in the first Ja...
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