Cairngorms

Description

Mountain range in the eastern Highlands of Scotland. The highest of these mountains is named identical: Cairn Gorm, Blue Hill. Highest summit however is Ben Macdui, 1309 m. The mountain range is located between Aviemore and Braemar.

This area is good for walking, both beautiful and wild. The glens are pretty and sometimes spectacular. The mountains themselves can be climbed without technical problems, but require a good physical fitness.

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Rate 9.0 | 1 vote | No 3. in United Kingdom
  • Henk Nouws July 1977
  • Rate 9
  • Positive Maybe nostalgism. Ben Avon was one of my first mountains. Soaked in rain. The Green Loch.
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Trails in this region

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  • Glen Esk & Glen Tanar - Aboyne & Mount Keen OS Explorer Map OL54 (paper)
  • Glen Esk and Glen Tanar area the Scottish Highlands on a detailed topographic and GPS compatible map OL54, paper version, from the Ordnance Survey’s 1:25,000 Explorer series. Coverage includes part of the Cairngorms National Park with a Munro peak of Mount Keen, the Forest of Birse, Aboyne, a section of the Deeside Way, etc.MOBILE DOWNLOADS:... Read more
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2018
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2018
  • Aviemore And The Cairngorms - 40 Shorter Walks
  • Britain`s largest National Park, where mountains rise in a vast wilderness of high plateaux, deep corries and empty glens, is not just a place for the intrepid - the vast tracts of surviving Caledonian forest, sparkling lochs, heather moors and tumbling rivers also make it fantastic walking country for those who want to enjoy it at a more... Read more
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2018
  • Wandelgids Aviemore and the Cairngorms | Pocket Mountains
  • Britain's largest National Park, where mountains rise in a vast wilderness of high plateaux, deep corries and empty glens, is not just a place for the intrepid - the vast tracts of surviving Caledonian forest, sparkling lochs, heather moors and tumbling rivers also make it fantastic walking country for those who want to enjoy it at a more... Read more
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  • Loch Laggan & Creag Meagaidh - Corrieyairick Pass OS Explorer Map OL55 (paper)
  • Loch Laggan and Creag Meagaidh area of the Scottish Highlands on a detailed topographic and GPS compatible map OL55, paper version, from the Ordnance Survey’s 1:25,000 Explorer series. Coverage includes a section of the Cairngorms National Park, the Corrieyairack Pass and Forest, six Munro peaks including Cael Charn and Carn Liath, Badenoch,... Read more
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  • Hill Walks in the Cairngorms
  • Based on its predecessor, Walks In the Cairngorms (1984), this book comprises a number of new walks spread widely across the 'Monarch of the Glen Country', in addition to some favourites from the first book. The problems posed by the opening of the Cairngorm funicular, and restricted access to the mountains, are dealt with effectively by this... Read more
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  • Hill Walks in the Cairngorms
  • Based on its predecessor, Walks In the Cairngorms (1984), this book comprises a number of new walks spread widely across the `Monarch of the Glen Country`, in addition to some favourites from the first book. The problems posed by the opening of the Cairngorm funicular, and restricted access to the mountains, are dealt with effectively by this... Read more
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  • Aboyne, Alford & Strathdon OS Explorer Map OL59 (paper)
  • Aboyne, Alford and Strathdon area of the Scottish Highlands on a detailed topographic and GPS compatible map OL59, paper version, from the Ordnance Survey’s 1:25,000 Explorer series. Coverage includes part of the Cairngorms National Park, Ballater, Lochs Davan and Kinord, the Deeside Way, etc. MOBILE DOWNLOADS: this title and all the other OS... Read more
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  • The Angus Glens - A Walker`s Guide - 30 Routes for Exploring the Region
  • This handy guidebook describes 30 walks of different lengths and grades in and above the Angus Glens - Isla, Prosen, Clova, Lethnot and Esk. Situated just north of Dundee and within easy reach of Brechin and Forfar, the glens of Angus radiate like the fingers and thumb of a hand, stretching from the fertile plains of Strathmore deep into the... Read more
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  • Aviemore & Central Cairngorms AA Walker`s Map 28
  • Aviemore and Central Cairngorms at 1:25,000 in a series of Walker’s Maps published by the AA with the cartography from the Ordnance Survey’s Explorer series. The map is double-sided and coverage includes Caringorms National Park, Cairn Gorm, Ben Macdui, Aviemore, Kincraig, Breamer, Crathie, etc.Maps in the AA Walker’s series are identical to... Read more
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  • Speyside Way XT40
  • Speyside Way, a 123km / 77 miles trail between Buckie on the Moray coast and Aviemore in the Cairngorms National Park or alternatively to Tomintoul, presented at 1:40,000 on a light, waterproof and tear-resistant map from Harvey Map Services. The whole route is covered on five overlapping panels, with small street plans of Buckie, Charlestown... Read more
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  • Wandelkaart Speyside Walk (Schotland) | Harvey Maps
  • Speyside Way, a 123km / 77 miles trail between Buckie on the Moray coast and Aviemore in the Cairngorms National Park or alternatively to Tomintoul, presented at 1:40,000 on a light, waterproof and tear-resistant map from Harvey Map Services. The whole route is covered on five overlapping panels, with small street plans of Buckie, Charlestown... Read more
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  • Cairngorms & Lochnagar Harvey British Mountain Map XT40
  • Waterproof mountain map of the Caingorms & Lochnagar from Harvey at 1:40,000, with a geological map of the region on the reverse, and advice on navigating the region safely.*MAIN MAP:* Topography is shown through clear altitude shading, spot heights, contours at 15m intervals, and index contours at 75m intervals. A variety of symbols are used... Read more
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  • Cairngorms Reference Map
  • Cairngorm Mountains on an overview map from Colin Baxter presenting at 1:85,000 an area from Aviemore and Kincraig in the north-west to Braemar in the south-east. Bold colouring and relief shading shows the topography, with names of numerous peaks, glens, etc.The map indicates main paths in the mountains and facilities available in various... Read more
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  • Rob Roy Way Harvey National Trail XT40
  • Rob Roy Way, one of Scotland’s Great Trails from Drymen just north of Glasgow along Loch Tay to Pitlochry on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park presented at 1:40,000 on a light, waterproof and tear-resistant map from Harvey Map Services. The whole route, either 124km/77 miles or 151km/94 miles long depending on which variant one follows,... Read more
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  • Wandelkaart Rob Roy Way | Harvey Maps
  • Mooie, duidelijke kaart van de Rob Roy Way in Schotland. Geplastificeerd met veel extra informatie en uitsnedes van de route. One of Scotland's Great Trails Rob Roy Way is a walk across part of the Southern Highlands of Scotland taking in some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK. Starting from Drymen it goes north east to finish in... Read more
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