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14/08/2008

What's on at CairnGorm Mountain w/c Friday 15 August 2008
WHAT'S ON AT CAIRNGORM MOUNTAIN W/C FRIDAY 15 AUGUST 2008
Everything you need to plan your week from15 - 22 August at CairnGorm Mountain

11/08/2008

Inaugural Cairngorm Mountain Run
INAUGURAL CAIRNGORM MOUNTAIN RUN
100 runners, including many of Scotland's top hillrunning athletes, took part in this event on Saturday 9th August, running from Glenmore along the edge of Loch Morlich and up the Allt Mor trail to the Coire Cas car park and on up to the Ptarmigan at the Top Station.

07/08/2008

New CairnGorm paths map on display
NEW CAIRNGORM PATHS MAP ON DISPLAY
A new display has been erected outside the Cas Bar in the Coire Cas car park showing the main paths and tracks on Cairn Gorm.

21/07/2008

Multi Visit Pass
MULTI VISIT PASS
Coming up to visit?

21/07/2008

Online special on Family tickets
ONLINE SPECIAL ON FAMILY TICKETS
Purchase a family ticket online for 20

10/06/2008

Highland Fling Ceilidh Nights - book now!
HIGHLAND FLING CEILIDH NIGHTS - BOOK NOW!
Enjoy a traditional 3-course Highland Buffet, and then dance the evening away with the Jock Fraser ceilidh band. Don't worry if you've never been to a ceilidh before, they will talk you through all the moves.
 
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Road Status
Open.
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Weather forecast
Forecast for Thursday: Rain for most of the day, persistent at times. Little or no sunshine. Wind variable 10 to 15mph. Temperature @ 900m 6C to 8C.
Today's Weather
Current Weather: Update in the morning.
News from the slopes




The first Funicular up is at 10.00, (10.20 on Wednesday) last  up at 16.20, and the last one down at 17.00.



The Cairngorm mountain conservation system is in operation from the Ptarmigan building, no access out on to the mountain. You may walk up and enter the walker's entrance at the rear of the building and buy a ticket in the Shop at the Top to come back down on the funicular railway, if required.


The Cas Bar and Mountain shop are open.




For a mountain weather forecast please click on the link below.


www.mwis.org.uk/mountain/EH.PDF


For a Met Office forecast click on the link below.


www.metoffice.co.uk


Last update: 20th August 2008  17.00

Height:
1097m