Things to do: events in the Cairngorms National Park
There are many events on offer throughout the year within the Cairngorms National Park. Here are a few that have caught our eye for the forthcoming months...
|1-30 December||Aladdin Pantomine||Expect flying carpets, a wish-granting genie, an evil sorcerer and a
lamp-full of laughs. Book your magic carpet ride to old Peking to the
magical pantomime Aladdin. MacDonald Resort Cinema.
|8 December||Whisky Tasting||Sample Angels’ Nectar Blended Malt Scotch Whiskies at Elephants in the Pantry. Inspired by the Angels’ share, Angels’ Nectar whiskies are vibrant and fresh, and bottled at natural colour, just the way the Angels enjoy their dram.|
|13 December||Aviemore Santa Cycle||The Santa ride is a easy paced social bike ride in the dark in Santa Suits! Mulled wine is served half way round.
Information on how to secure a place in the ride will be posted on their the Website on the 1st of December 2018.
|24 December||Santa Parade||Santa and his reindeer parade down the high street, ending at teh Cairngorm Hotel with fireworks.|
|1 January||Wildcat Trail||20th Anniversary Wildcat Trail New Year's Day Walk. Walk the Wildcat Trail, a 10k orbital walk around Newtonwmore taking in stunning woodland and scenic views. Mulled wine, shortbread and raffle prizes.|
|26-27 January||Husky Rally||Every year since 1984, mushers from across the UK have gathered in the forests around Aviemore for the biggest event in the British sled dog racing calendar, The Siberian Husky Club of Great Britain Aviemore Sled Dog Rally. In 2019 they celebrate the 36th anniversary of the race,|
|28 February - 4 March||Braemar Mountain Festival||A celebration of the mountains in winter including workshops on ski touring and telemarking, winter skills and avalanche awareness, low level walking, navigation and fell running.|
|9- 10 March||Ski Competition||
Scottish Children's Champs and Bairns Bucket
|26 May||Laggan 10k||An “out and back” course from Laggan Hall with spectacular scenery along the road leading to the beautiful Corrieyairack Pass, as featured in the hit BBC drama “Monarch of the Glen”.|