Cairngorm Mountain Railway (Scotland) Reviews
Description:Marvellous new funicular railway for transporting passengers to the top of the Cairngorm Mountain in Scotland.
Newest Review: ... you are able to access all runs and weather permitting ski all the way back down. Non skiers can have a look around at the top either at the viewing station or by going outside and can also stop for refreshments in the café or to buy some gifts in the shop. Although I have not been up during the summer myself, I noticed that they are now offering guided walks down for anyone who travels up ... more
Customer Cairngorm Mountain Railway (Scotland) Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/01/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Having just returned from a weekend in the Cairgorms during the ski season I thought a review of this railway would be of interest both to non skiers who might choose this time to go up and also wheelchair users. The railway itself will take you from the base car park up to the top of the mountain where many of the ski runs begin. As the sides, front and back are all glassed windows, it gives for stunning views of the surrounding vista (not for those with vertigo). At the top, if you are a skier or boarder, you are able to access all runs and weather permitting ski all the way back down. Non skiers can have a look around at the top either at the viewing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/05/09 (Very useful, 159 readings)
The Cairngorm mountain range, situated in the Cairngorm National Park is the highest, coldest, snowiest mountain plateau in the British Isles and is home to five of the six highest mountains in Scotland. This is Britain's last great wilderness and its alpine semi-tundra landscape is home to some rare and spectacular wildlife. The mountains can be dangerous, changeable, and forbidding; many people have lost their lives walking and climbing here over the years. Fortunately, there's an easy, safe way to experience this unique landscape; the Cairngorm Funicular Railway. The railway runs from the base station at 2000ft and climbs steeply to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/03, updated on 13/06/05 (Very useful, 289 readings)
~ ~ A visit to the Highlands of Scotland wouldn’t be considered complete unless you had ventured at least once out into the natural environment; the rugged and spectacular mountains. It’s the mountains and surrounding scenery that attract countless thousands of visitors to the Cairngorm area of the Scottish Highlands every year, both as tourists in the Summer, and in the winter season, to ski on the mountain’s snow covered slopes. ~ ~ I have to admit to a certain stirring of my Scottish blood when I visit the Highlands, as images are conjured up in my head of the “Heilanders” of old, and how the clans used to gather here in the ... Read the complete review
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