Aviemore is a well known and popular holiday destination with beautiful scenery and an abundance of things to do for all ages. There is a thriving local population and a welcoming atmosphere for all our visitors. Aviemore is a year round destination with snowsports being the popular winter activity and walking, climbing, biking, and a whole host of other activities the main summer draw. Aviemore is the active outdoor area of the Cairngorms National Park with activities suitable for all ages and abilities. The village is also a great base for families with lots of award winning attractions in the village and surrounding area. There are many annual events to look forward to and lots of smaller events on throughout the year. Aviemore has a great selection of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars.
There is a good choice of accommodation from resort hotels to small bed and breakfasts and guest houses. There is a really good selection of self-catering properties including chalets, lodges and log cabins to choose from. Book a property with a hot tub and enjoy the fresh air and views from a different perspective! Or why not take your caravan along or camp at one of the 4 campsites in and around the village.
You can learn to ski, climb or walk here to name just a few activities and at the same time some of the countries most talented sports people choose Aviemore as their base for the excellent outdoor playground we have. The Badenoch and Strathspey area, which includes Aviemore, has produced more Olympic athletes per head of population than anywhere else in Britain. Aviemore also has its very own gold postbox in recognition of David Smith’s Gold Medal in the Mixed Coxed Fours Rowing at the London 2012 Olympics. Aviemore is brilliantly placed to escape into the Cairngorm Mountains and only a short drive away from the Cairngorm Mountain Ski Resort.
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Check out the webcam from Inverdruie at Rothiemurchus looking up towards Cairngorm Mountain.