Traveling in 2022: Cairngorms national park

Cairngorms national park is a national park located in central Scotland, it covers the Cairngorms mountain range and surrounding areas, with an area of 4,528 km2.
The park attracts visitors – all year round -with its magnificent nature, which contains peaks exceeding 1000 m (the Ben Macdui 1309 m), steep valleys, torrents, lakes, remnants of the Caledonian forest in the middle of the largest tundra of the United Kingdom and a unique landscape and ecosystem.
The park also contains the Ptarmigan ski resort, 23 small towns and villages, and a wide range of outdoor activities.

Loch Avon, source of the River Avon ( Image source: flickr / Sandy Stevenson )
The Lairig Ghru ( Image source: )
River Avon (A’an) ( Image source: flickr / Elizabeth Oliver )
Image source: flickr / Manuel Osdoba
Ptarmigan ski resort ( Image source: flickr / pink fuzzy rat )
Braemar Castle in village of Braemar, in Aberdeenshire ( Image source: flickr / stu smith )
Kingussie town ( Image source: flickr / Dunnock_D )

Image of title, source: Corrie Sharroch’s Bowl, above Corrie Fee in Cairngorms National Park Source: flickr / stuart anthony

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