Cairngorm Mountain is located in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. There are various ways of getting here throughout the year and its central location within the country makes it one of the easiest mountain resorts to visit whether you are planning to travel by car, bus, train or even bicycle.
Located less than 10 miles from Aviemore, getting here by car is one of the most flexible options for visitors staying in the local area.
Travelling up from Glasgow or Edinburgh in the south takes approximately 2.5 hours, Inverness to the north is around 1 hours drive.
The Aviemore area is well connected to transport networks across the UK making travel by bus or train and fantastic way to visit Cairngorm Mountain.
With CityLink busses and multiple trains passing through on the Highland main line, Aviemore is easy to get to on public transport. The local Stagecoach bus is launching the new Aviemore Adventurer 30 bus running 7 days a week between Aviemore and the mountain resort. The new bus service runs from 22nd May.
Out with the snowier months there are a variety of bicycle routes to Cairngorm Mountain from Aviemore, the epic hill road climb is a challenge many enjoy conquering.
Starting from Aviemore you have the choice of using the ski road (for the skinny tyres) or the Old Logging Way (parallel to the ski road) for gravel and mountain bikes to Glenmore. The climb starts from the Snow Gate at Glenmore with an average gradient of 9% and steepest gradient of 17% for 5.3 kilometres with a height gain of 300 metres. Bike parking is available near the base station. Remember to reward yourself with a delicious cake in our Cairngorm Cafe.
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