Exploring the Cairngorms National Park

Inside the Cairngorms National Park, there are many walking trails totalling over 600 miles in length. These range from some very easy trails ideal for a family to the more difficult ones that are good for seasoned mountaineers only. There is a mountain trail that provides an opportunity to climb the highest peak in Britain, the 4409ft tall Ben Nevis.

If you are an independent walker, you can get all the route and maps information from walkhighlands.co.uk for Cairngorm hikes that are more than 150 in number. You can take help of Wilderness Scotland that arranges guided tours that take you to the ancient trails used by smugglers of whiskey. You also get a chance to stretch across a valley complete with waterfalls and mountain streams.

You can finish your expedition with an easy stroll along River Spey which is a picturesque trail that provides breath taking scenery all along the route. The charges for six nights stay on a twin sharing basis amount to £925pp onwards. This price includes not only breakfast and dinner but also the transfers and the torus that are included in the itinerary. The tours depart on three different dates that are 10th of May, 7th of June, and 13th of September 2014.

For those fond of cycling, cairngorm trails are nothing short of a paradise with their well-made roads and trails. A company called H&I Adventures gives a chance to take a guided trip for 7 days inside the park that consists of trails made specifically for the cyclists.

If you are adventurous, you can opt for a steep climb through rocky Ryvoan Pass. For seven nights with B&B, you are charged just £970pp on a twin sharing basis with departure dates being 12th of April, and 12th of July 2014. You can also opt for the trip offered by Macs Adventure at £695pp.