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Julie & Steve Tel: 01324 410260 info@geminiwalks.com www.geminiwalks.com Gemini Walks is a specialist company with over 25 years of combined experience in organising Scottish Walking Holidays. Julie Deans & Steve Higson of Gemini are pleased to offer walking holiday packages for the spectacular East Highland Way and other long distance walks. Our holidays include bed & breakfast/hotel accommodation for the duration of your walk, transfers from and to stage ends as necessary and a baggage transfer service along the Way. Visit www.geminiwalks.com for more information. The start of the East Highland Way in Fort William. 'Sore Feet', Julie and Holly dog. Gemini Walks specialise in providing you with enjoyable walking holiday packages on Long Distance Routes. Julie and Steve strive to offer you the best of customer service at all times and will be glad to answer any of your questions and queries in the process of booking your walk. Accommodation is in bed and breakfast and small hotels with en-suite facilities whenever available. All our walks are supported by a baggage transfer service. We are also in the process of developing short walking breaks with the aim to providing you with off the beaten track experiences for 3 and 4 night holidays. Loch an Eilein on the Way to Aviemore Three Reasons for walking the East Highland Way One – it is undeniably good for the soul! Over the years, we have assisted tens of thousands of walkers to complete various Ways. Apart from the scenery many of walkers use the Ways as a soul searching experience. Two – it is a fantastic feeling to achieve your goal! Setting yourself the task of walking 78 miles is no mean feat and an outstanding goal to achieve. Reaching your goal will bring many other positive aspects to your life. Three – become fit! How wonderfully good is it to feel and look fit? There is nothing better than the feeling of achievement at the end of a fine days walking. The amazing ‘good tired’ feeling is great for a good nights sleep! Gemini Walks - Walking at its Best Gemini Walks Limited. 4 Inglis Place, Brightons, Falkirk FK2 0TE. Scotland Tel: 01324 410260. Email: info@geminiwalks.com. Website: www.geminiwalks.com

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Fort William

Accommodation: 1 Bank Street Lodge Bank Street Fort William PH33 6AY 01397 700 070 http://www.bankstreetlodge.co.uk 2

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Gowan Brae House Union Road Fort William PH33 6RB 01397 704 399 http://www.gowanbrae.co.uk The Moorings Hotel Banavie Fort William PH33 7LY 01397 772 797 http://www.moorings-fortwilliam.co.uk

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Distillery Guest House Fort William PH33 6LR 01397 700 103 http://www.stayinfortwilliam.co.uk

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Alltonside Guest House Achintore Road Fort William PH33 6RW 01397 703 542 http://www.alltonside.co.uk

Bunkhouses/Hostels 6 Coorie Doon Bunkhouse - 07767 062730 http://www.banavie.com 7 Glen Nevis Youth Hostel - 01397 702336 http://goo.gl/JFtvn 8 Backpackers – 01397 700 711 http://scotlandstophostels.com/fort-william * Also serves food – see website for details May require prior arrangement

Attractions: 9 Ben Nevis Distillery & Visitor Centre Established in 1825 this attraction is one of the oldest licensed distilleries in Scotland. http://www.bennevisdistillery.com 10 Old Inverlochy Castle An impressive historic ruin on the edge of Fort William. http://www.inverlochycastle.co.uk 11 Ben Nevis Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the British Isles standing at 1,344m (4,409ft) above sea level. http://ben-nevis.com/index.php

Refreshments: 12 Ben Nevis Bar & Restaurant 103 High Street 01397 702 295 13 The Crannog Concept Town Centre Pier The Waterfront 013977 05589 http://www.crannog.net/restaurant.asp 14 The Grog & Gruel 66 High Street 01397 705078 www.grogandgruel.co.uk

Shopping in Fort William Fort William town centre provides will provide a great shopping experience for all. There are some excellent bargains to be had in knitwear, giftware, speciality whiskies, sports ware and outdoor equipment stores. The town also has various supermarkets and fast food outlets.

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01 – Fort William

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Torlundy Attractions: 1

Accommodation: 1 Birchfield B&B Torlundy Fort William PH33 6SW 01397 700 473 http://www.smoothhound.co.uk/hotels/birchfieldbb.ht ml 2

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Leasona B&B Torlundy Fort William Inverness-shire PH33 6SN 01397 704 661 http://www.leasona.co.uk Woodside B&B Fort William by Ben Nevis PH33 6SW 01397 705 897 http://www.woodsidefortwilliam.co.uk

Attractions: 4 Nevis Range With skiing up to 1190 metres (3,900 feet) Nevis Range reaches high on to the mountain of Aonach Mor - Scotland's eighth highest - and offers skiing and boarding late into spring. The base of the snowsports area is accessed by the gondola, which is an attraction in its own right, lifting visitors from the car park just above sea level to 650 metres (2,150 feet). Skiers, boarders, mountain bikers, mountaineers and visitors all take advantage of the speedy ride that also boasts stunning views. http://www.nevisrange.co.uk

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Nevis Range Situated at the base of Aonach Mor, the Pinemarten Café serves a selection of hot and cold meals. The café is open daily from 10-4. The Snowgoose Restaurant is situated at the gondola top station and offers home cooked meals and fresh baking.

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Lochaber Farm Shop Lochaber Farm Shop, Crafts and Cafe is set in the shadow of Ben Nevis, 5 miles North of Fort William. We sell some of the best local produce that Lochaber has to offer. Come and have a look at our range of our own fresh and frozen meats, eggs, vegetables, cheeses, preserves, much more! Enjoy lunch or a fair trade coffee in our Cafe looking up to Ben Nevis. Open 5 Days Tuesday to Saturday. Please phone for opening hours. 0 1397 708 686 http://www.lochaberfarmshop.com

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Spean Bridge

Accommodation: 1 Inverour Guest House Roy Bridge Road Spean Bridge PH34 4EU 01397 712 218 http://www.inverourguesthouse.co.uk 2

Distant Hills Guest House Spean Bridge PH34 4EU 01397 712 452 http://www.distanthillsspeanbridge.co.uk

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Bunroy Caravan & Camping Site (a few miles from the route) Roy Bridge PH31 4AG 01397 712 332 http://www.bunroycamping.co.uk

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Grey Corrie Bunkhouse Roybridge Hotel Roy Bridge PH31 4AN 01397 712 236 http://www.roybridgehotel.co.uk

Attractions: 5 Commando Monument The Commando Monument is memorial commemorating the lives of the Officers and men of the Commandos who died in the Second World War. 6

High Bridge Jacobite memorial and ruin. http://www.glencoescotland.com/g/i/5

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Spean Bridge Mill Spean Bridge PH34 4EP 01397 712 260 http://www.ewm-store.co.uk/_SM_pub/spean_bridge/index.htm * Also serves food – see website for details May require prior arrangement

Refreshments: 7 Spean Bridge Mill Café Hot & Cold food available, home-baking, tea & coffee as well as take-away sandwiches. (See address & website above) 8

The Old Station Restaurant Station Road Spean Bridge Inverness-shire PH34 4EF 01397 712535 http://www.oldstationrestaurant.co.uk Situated in a converted Victorian Railway Station, the Old Station Restaurant offers light lunches, snacks and evening meals. Opening times are restricted during October – April and the Station is closed on Wednesday. Advisable to book in advance.

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Commando Bar Spean Bridge Hotel Spean Bridge Inverness-Shire PH34 4ES 01397 712 250 http://visit-fortwilliam.co.uk/listings_244_Spean-BridgeHotel.html

10 Spar shop Spean Crescent Spean Bridge Inverness-Shire PH34 4EP 01397 712 230

ATM: the Post Office has a cash machine, open 9am - 5pm and the local shop offers a ’cash-back’ service, open 8am 10pm.

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03 – Spean Bridge

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Monessie

Accommodation: 1 The Highland Hostel* 1 Achluachrach By Roy Bridge Inverness-shire PH31 4AW 01397 712 315 http://www.highland-hostel.co.uk 2

Bunroy Caravan & Camping Site Bunroy Park Roy Bridge Inverness-shire PH31 4AG 01397 712 332 http://www.bunroycamping.co.uk

Refreshments: 3 Glen Spean Lodge Roy Bridge Fort William Inverness-shire PH31 4AW 01397 712 223 http://www.glenspeanlodge.com

Attractions: 4 The remains of the ‘Old Puggy Line’ The Lochaber Narrow Gauge Railway was a 3 ft (914 mm) gauge narrow gauge industrial railway. It was a relatively long line, built for the construction and subsequent maintenance of a 15 miles (24 km) long tunnel from Loch Treig to a factory near Fort William in Scotland. The tunnel was excavated to carry water for the Lochaber hydroelectric power scheme in connection with aluminium production by the British Aluminium Company. The railway came to be known colloquially as the 'Old Puggy Line'. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lochaber_Narrow_Gauge_Railway 5

Monessie Gorge & Bridge A stunning gorge over the River Spean with suspension foot bridge. http://www.roybridge.net/index.asp?pageid=71209

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Cille Choirill Church The hill where St. Cairell had his cell is named after him in Gaelic, Cille Choirill. It is very sacred to the people, and has a 15th century church in his honour and an ancient burial ground. http://www.gaeldom.com/mmk/cillechoirill.htm

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Achnacochine Ruins Impressive old croft ruins – thought locally to be a victim of the highland clearances. Achnacochine translates in Gaelic as ‘field of the disputants’.

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The Highland Hostel Packed lunches and meals by prior arrangement. (See address & details above)

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04 – Monessie

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Tulloch

Accommodation: 1 Station Lodge Bunkhouse* Tulloch Roy Bridge Inverness-shire PH31 4AR 01397 732 333 http://www.stationlodge.co.uk

Attractions: 3 Laggan Dam Laggan Dam is a dam located on the River Spean south west of Loch Laggan in the Scottish Highlands. The dam is 700 feet (213 metres) long and rises 170 feet (52 metres) above its foundations, and is part of the Lochaber hydro-electric scheme. The structure was built by Balfour Beatty for the British Aluminium Company and construction was finished in 1934.

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Rushyglen Cottages Tulloch Roy Bridge Inverness-shire PH31 4AR 0161 242 2970 http://www.rushyglen.co.uk

Transfers/Baggage Haul: From the road junction at Inverlair it is possible to link to further accommodation at Tulloch, Monessie and Roy Bridge. Jamie's Taxi Service - (Fort William) 01855 831495 http://www.scotlandtaxis.co.uk

Hillwalking This area of Scotland is well known as a mecca for climbers and walkers. There are many low level forest and open ground walks available, and several Munroes and Corbetts.

Refreshments: 1 Station Lodge Bunkhouse Packed lunches and meals by prior arrangement. (See address & details above). Facilities include drying room, hot meals, cooked breakfast, dinner. Food Prices: Breakfast: £4.00 (light) / £6.00 (full cooked) Packed Lunch: £5.00 Starter: £2.00 Main course: £8.00 Dessert: £2.00 All meals to be ordered in advance. Vegetarian and other special diets can be catered for

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05 – Tulloch

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Feagour

Note: Feagour offers great camping spots around the Falls of Pattack, with the Wolftrax Café a short walk away for refreshments and meals. Both the Monadhliath Hotel and the Rumblie Guesthouse offer an East Highland Way pick-up service (by prior arrangement). The Kingussie Taxi service will also help walkers engage with accommodation in Laggan. http://www.kingussietaxis.com Tel: 01540 661 343

Accommodation: 1 Monadhliath Hotel* Lagganbridge Newtonmore Inverness-shire PH20 1BT 01528 544 276 http://www.lagganbridge.com 2

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The Rumblie Guesthouse* Gergask Avenue Laggan By Newtonmore Inverness-Shire PH20 1AH 01528 544 766 http://www.rumblie.com The Laggan Gaskmore Hotel* Laggan Newtonmore Inverness-shire PH20 1BS 01528 544 250 http://www.lagganhotel.co.uk Laggan Forest Campsite From 2013 a campsite run by the Laggan Forest Trust will be in operation close to the Wolftrax Mountain Centre (see (8)). Check the website for updates. http://www.lagganforest.com

Attractions: 5 Ardverikie Outdoor Adventure • Quad biking • Clay pigeon shooting • Paintball • 4x4 driving • Canyoning • Gorge walking http://www.highlandactivities.co.uk/locations/fort-william/outdoor-activitiesnear-fort-william/activities-at-ardverikie 6

Falls of Pattack Explore the great waterfall, great for bathing in the summer months.

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Fort Dun Da Lamh An impressive Pictish fort with massive ramparts on a hill 2 miles south west of Laggan. Pronounced ‘dun da larve’ its name means ‘for of the two hands’. c.500 AD. Superb views. 45 minute walk. http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/cairngorms/dundalamh.shtml

Refreshments: 8 Wolftrax Mountain Bike Centre & Café Laggan By Newtonmore PH20 1BU 01528 544 786 The Basecamp café offers a good selection of hot and cold food, all freshly made to order. Homemade cakes and Espre Gourmet Coffee to sustain you throughout the day. Packed lunches are also available on request. http://www.lagganforest.com/base-camp-bikes-and-cafe-at-laggan-wolftrax.asp Also: • •

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Laggan

Accommodation: 1 Monadhliath Hotel* Lagganbridge Newtonmore Inverness-shire PH20 1BT 01528 544 276 http://www.lagganbridge.com

Attractions: 4 Picnic Area By Laggan Stores (8). Community picnic area and pond. 5

Old Ruin by the Monadhliath Hotel The Monadhliath Hotel was originally built as a church manse, with the remains of the old Laggan United Free Church still standing in the grounds. http://www.lagganbridge.com/churchhistory.php

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Laggan Church Built in 1785 and restored in the 1800’s following a fire. http://www.laggan.com/church.htm

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Laggan War Memorial The Laggan War Memorial commemorates the lives lost in WW1 & WW2. The monument stands on a hill by the A86 next to the Gaskmore House Hotel. http://warmemscot.s4.bizhat.com/warmemscot-post-8742.html

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The Rumblie Guesthouse* Gergask Avenue Laggan By Newtonmore Inverness-Shire PH20 1AH 01528 544 766 http://www.rumblie.com The Laggan Gaskmore Hotel* Laggan Newtonmore Inverness-shire PH20 1BS 01528 544 250 http://www.lagganhotel.co.uk

Laggan Stores may provide 'cash-back' with debit card purchases over a certain amount.

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Refreshments: 8 Laggan Stores A licensed general store stocking over 2,300 different items including hot and cold foods. Open 7 days all year round Mon-Sat 9:00 - 6:30 Sun 10:00 - 6:30 http://www.lagganstores.co.uk 1

Monadhliath Hotel – Bar & Restaurant The hotel offers an extensive bar menu. The hotel is fully licensed with the bar being very popular with tourists and locals alike.

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The Laggan Gaskmore Hotel – Bar & Restaurant We are open for residents and non-residents who can enjoy delicious meals in our dining room or our warm and cosy lounge bar or conservatory area. The bar has an open fire which will warm you whilst you try malt or a beer from the local brewery or other drinks which we have on offer. Where possible we use local Scottish ingredients.

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Newtonmore

Accommodation: 1 The Craigerne Hotel Golf Course Road Newtonmore PH20 1AT 01540 673 281 http://www.craigernehotel.com 2

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Coig Na Shee Fort William (Laggan) Rd Newtonmore Inverness-shire PH20 1DG 01540 670 109 http://www.coignashee.co.uk Larick House B&B Golf Course Road Newtonmore Inverness-shire PH20 1AT 01540 673 762 http://www.newtonmoreaccommodation.biz

Bunkhouses/Hostels 4 Strathspey Mountain Hostel Main Street Newtonmore PH20 1DR 01540 673 694 http://www.hostel-scotland.co.uk/hostels/StrathspeyMountain-Hostel.htm 5

Newtonmore Hostel Main St Newtonmore PH20 1DA 01540 673 360 http://www.hostelscotland.co.uk/hostels/Newtonmore-Hostel.htm

* Also serves food – see website for details May require prior arrangement

Attractions: 6 Clan Macpherson Museum Main Street Newtonmore Inverness-shire PH20 1DE 01540 673 332 http://www.clan-macpherson.org/museum/index.html 7

Highland Folk Museum Kingussie Road Newtonmore Inverness-shire PH20 1AY 01540 673 551 http://www.highlandfolk.com

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Wildcat Trail A waymarked and wonderfully varied walk around Newtonmore. Look out for the painted cats dotted around the trail! http://www.newtonmore.com/things-to-do/in-newtonmore/wildcats/thewildcat-trail.html

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Loch Imrick The loch is a kettle-hole formed by glacial action during one of the ice-ages. http://www.newtonmore.com/things-to-do/in-newtonmore/local-walks/walkaround-loch-imrich.html

Refreshments: 10 Braeriach Hotel 01540 673 279 http://www.braeriachhotel.co.uk 11 Letterbox Restaurant 01540 673 231 http://www.letterboxrestaurant.co.uk 12 The Glen Hotel 01540 673203 http://www.theglenhotel.co.uk

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08 – Newtonmore

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Kingussie

Accommodation: 1 The Lairds Bothy* 68 High Street Kingussie Inverness-shire PH21 1HZ 01540 661 334 http://www.kingussie.co.uk/Accomodation/Hostels/Th e-Laird-s-Bothy.html 2

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Scot House Hotel* Newtonmore Road Kingussie Inverness-shire PH21 1HE 01540 661 351 http://www.scothouse.com The Silverfjord* Ruthven Road Kingussie Inverness-shire PH21 1ES 01540 661 292 http://www.silverfjordhotel.co.uk

Attractions: 4 Gynack Mill Trail A short forest walk with interpretation boards. http://my.viewranger.com/route/details/MzI4MQ 5

Ruthven Barracks Ruthven Barracks near Ruthven, Highland in Scotland are the smallest but best preserved of the four barracks built in 1719 after the 1715 Jacobite rising, set on an old castle mound. It comprises two large three-storey blocks occupying two sides of the enclosure each with two rooms per floor. http://www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk/kingussie/ruthvenbarracks

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RSPB Hides – Insh Marshes Visit the new ‘lookout’ hide at the Insh Marshes, featuring stunning panoramic views and interpretation boards. http://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves/guide/i/inshmarshes/about.aspx

Refreshments: 7 The Cross 01540 661 166 http://www.thecross.co.uk Open Tuesday-Saturday. A spacious restaurant, seamlessly combining old stone walls and heavy beams with modern works of art, fresh flowers and contemporary table settings. Patio doors open onto a terrace overlooking the River Gynack where you can breakfast on a summer’s morning or enjoy a glass of Champagne before dinner. 8

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Enjoy dining by the flickering candlelight, in comfort and style with friendly, attentive service. Locally renowned for excellent cuisine the Bright Garden Lounge and The Cosy Bar, offers modern facilities while retaining the original charm of the Old Manse.

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Kingussie Taxi Service: 01540 661 343 * Also serves food – see website for details May require prior arrangement

Columba House Hotel & Garden Restaurant 01540 661402 http://www.columbahousehotel.com/index.htm

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Happy Haggis Fish & Chips 01540 662 979 http://www.harkai.co.uk Seasonal variations in opening hours. Check in advance. To advertise here, please contact kevin@easthighlandway.com


09 – Kingussie

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Kincraig

Accommodation: 1 The Ossian Inn The Brae Kincraig nr Aviemore Inverness-shire PH21 1QD 01540 651 242 http://www.ossianinn.com

Attractions: 5 Loch Insh Watersports • sail sports • paddle sports • raft building • fishing • rowing • pedalo’s http://www.lochinsh.com

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Frank Bruce Sculpture Park An extraordinary series of sculptures in a beautiful woodland setting. http://www.frank-bruce.org.uk

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Highland Wildlife Park http://www.highlandwildlifepark.org

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Working Sheepdogs An opportunity to watch working dogs in action. http://www.laggan.com/attractions.htm

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Insh Hall Lodge Kincraig nr Aviemore Inverness-shire PH21 1NU 01540 651 272 http://www.kincraig.com/lochinsh/inshhall.htm Kincraig Hostel The Brae Kincraig nr Aviemore Inverness-shire PH21 1QD 01540 651 373 http://www.cairngormschristiancentre.co.uk Balcraggan House Feshiebridge Kincraig Inverness-shire PH21 1NG 01540 651 488 http://www.kincraig.com/balcraggan

Refreshments: 9 Kincraig Stores Products include: freshly baked pies, groceries, sweets and snacks, coal, kindling, calor & camping gas, charcoal & disposable BBQ's, OS maps, stamps & post cards, beers, wines & spirits. http://www.kincraigstores.co.uk 5

Insh Watersports Centre – Bar & Restaurant The Boathouse restaurant On the shores of Loch Insh, this restaurant was recently voted one of the top five views from any restaurant in Europe. The 100 seater log cabin was recently upgraded and expanded but the original building still forms the main part of the restaurant. It’s a beautiful retreat for a quick bite to eat or an over night stay. The Quarter deck bar The Bar looks to the Loch but also overlooks the dry ski slope where you can keep an eye on the action of skiing, snowboarding and sledging. Smooth Cappuccinos, the biggest scones you have ever seen (all home made of course) as you warm yourself by the fire. http://www.lochinsh.com/eat-drink.asp

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Aviemore

Accommodation: 1 Aviemore Bunkhouse by the Old Bridge Inn Dalfaber Road Aviemore PH22 1PU 01479 811 181 http://www.aviemore-bunkhouse.com 2

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Aviemore Youth Hostel 25 Grampian Road Aviemore PH22 1PR 01479 810 345 http://www.syha.org.uk/hostels-inscotland/highlands/aviemore.aspx Old Bridge Inn* Dalfaber Road Aviemore PH22 1PU 01479 811 137 http://oldbridgeinn.co.uk Rothiemurchus Estate Rothiemurchus Camp and Caravan Park Coylumbridge by Aviemore PH22 1QU 01479 812 800 http://www.rothiemurchus.net/Pages/Stay%20Locally /Camping.html Shops: • • • •

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Aviemore has a large variety of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars with a supermarket on the high street. There are also several ATMs. * Also serves food – see website for details May require prior arrangement

Attractions: 3 Rothiemurchus Estate The Rothiemurchus Estate offers a warm welcome, stunning scenery and outdoor activities for individuals, families, groups and corporate parties to enjoy. http://www.rothiemurchus.net 4

Cairngorm Ski Centre Snowsports can take place any time between December and April depending on weather conditions. Winter operating hours are normally between 9am and 4pm depending on the daylight hours. http://www.cairngormmountain.org

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The Reindeer Centre This is a fantastic opportunity to encounter an animal living freely. Enjoy one of the guided hill visits to the herd and experience feeding these animals by hand. http://www.cairngormreindeer.co.uk

Refreshments: 1 The Old Bridge Inn - Restaurant 01479 811 137 The Old Bridge Inn, on the banks of the Spey, and on the road to the ski slopes, offers a roaring log fire and great atmosphere, along with excellent food and a fine selection of cask ales, premium lagers and malt whiskies. http://oldbridgeinn.co.uk 6

Papa Rock Restaurant 01479 810394 A rock and roll themed restaurant. A host of guitars and music industry memorabilia adorn the walls; live music is played on a regular basis on the venue's own stage and there is even a motorbike by the doorway to add to the rock and roll feeling. http://www.paparock.org/index.html

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Mountain Café 01479 812 473 The café offers excellent views of the Cairngorm Mountains - enjoy our balcony area during summer and the cosy log burner to sit by during the winter months. http://www.mountaincafe-aviemore.co.uk

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