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Welcome to the 2013/14 edition of
Park i, the directory that covers the
whole of the Cairngorms National
Park. National Geographic has voted
the area one of the Top 20 Places
ToVisit In TheWorld and this year
we’re celebrating the Park’s 10 year
anniversary.
The Cairngorms National Park is
Britain’s largest National Park and
covers a staggering 4,500 square
kilometres, from Grantown on Spey
to the heads of the Angus Glens,
and from Killiecrankie to Strathdon.
Whether you want to know where
to eat in Ballater, need somewhere to
stay in Blair Atholl, or want to know
what to do in and around Aviemore,
then this is the booklet for you.
The iVisit section is laid out on a
village by village basis, so all that is
going on in any particular place is at
your fingertips.There are separate
sections for iSee, showing all the
physical attractions to visit throughout
the area, and iDo, giving details of all
the activities to take part in, together
with seasonal details of all that is
going on.
Don’t forget to pick up your free
monthlyWhat’s On events guide, the
only guide that covers events across
the entire Cairngorms National Park.
It’s packed with local events and used
in conjunction with Park i, tells you all
you need to know for your visit. Pick
up your free guide now or visit
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