Tourist Attractions

Cairngorm Mountain Funicular

Cairngorm Mountain is home to Scotland’s only funicular railway. This unique experience allows people of all abilities to reach the Top Station, with panoramic views from over 3,500ft. There is also a view terrace, exhibition, shop and the highest post box in the British Isles. or 01479 861 261 (28 miles from Crubenbeg; 40 minutes by car)

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Strathspey Steam Railway

Spectacular views are available on board as you steam through the Cairngorms National Park. Departing from Aviemore Station, visitors can travel on to Boat of Garten, before heading on to Broomhill Station ('Glenbogle' as fans of the once popular BBC series Monarch of the Glen will recognise it as). or 01479 810 725 (20 miles from Crubenbeg; 25 minutes by car)

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Cairngorm Reindeer Herd

The Cairngorm Reindeer Herd is Britain’s only free-ranging herd of reindeer. There are around 150 reindeer in the herd, mostly ranging on the Cairngorm Mountains with the remainder on the Glenlivet Estate. The shop and paddocks are open daily and there are guided hill trips to see the reindeer. or 01479 861 228 (26 miles from Crubenbeg; 35 minutes by car)

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Landmark Forest Adventure Park

Year-round theme park based in Carrbridge, which provides an amazing day full of fun, discovery, exploration and adventure. It has a huge range of attractions to suit all ages, including the wild water coasters, the bamboozeleum and wonder wood. or 0800 731 3446 (27 miles from Crubenbeg; 35 minutes by car)

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House of Bruar – The Harrods of the North

House of Bruar is known as the Harrods of the North. The food Hall and Butcher is the best in the Cairngorms, although a little expensive and there is a wide range of clothing, furnishings and other goods. In addition, there is a beautiful walk up behind the House of Bruar where you can walk the dog or just marvel at the famous Bruar Water Falls. or 01796 483 236 (26 miles from Crubenbeg; 35 minutes by car)

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