Cairngorm Sleddog Adventure Centre

A Tourist Attractions in Cairngorms

The Cairngorm Sleddog Centre is the only daily working sleddog centre in the UK and one of only 5 in Europe.
A range of daily tours are offered, including a kennel visit where visitors can see the 30 huskies being fed and trained and also learn about the history of dog-sledding. There are short daytime and evening trips, where you can experience being pulled by the dogs, and for the more adventurous there’s a three-hour sled-dog safari (£150 per person) that includes helping to prepare the dogs, ‘mushing’ through the forest in a specially adapted buggy and enjoying a brew deep in the woods.

Cairngorm Sleddog Adventure Centre

Moormore Cottage
Rothiermuchus Estate
PH22 1QU
T 07767270526
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The Cairngorms is Britains second largest mountain range. The main focus of the area is the tourist resort of Aviemore, a name synonymous with winter sports. Aviemore is surrounded by towering peaks, lochs, rivers and forests of native Caledonian pine. The ski area, nine miles southeast of Aviemore, remains Scotland's largest ski area. There is a funicular railway that runs all year to the Cairngorm plateau. In the winter its priority is quick ascent for skiers but it slows down in the summer to allow sightseers to savour the rare environment of the plateau from the glass sided carriages.