Working in partnership with Glenmore Lodge to deliver education in the Cairngorms National Park, where Britain’s largest, most natural habitats are home to a quarter of the UK’s rare and endangered species.
Glenmore Lodge is SportScotland’s National Outdoor Training centre. Find out more at: https://www.glenmorelodge.org.uk/
How to find us
Glenmore Lodge is 0.75 of a mile from Glenmore Village, 8 miles from Aviemore, 2.5 hours North from Glasgow or Edinburgh and 0.5 hours South from Inverness.
Below are details of a number of different ways to get to the area.
The closest railway station is in Aviemore. This is on the mainline from Edinburgh/Glasgow to Inverness. For those travelling through London Scotrail offer a sleeper service to Aviemore. For further information visit National Rail enquiries.
Aviemore is well serviced by National Express, Citylink & Megabus.
Aviemore is just off the A9, 90 miles north of Perth & 30 miles south of Inverness. From the south take the first exit signposted Aviemore, this is the second exit if coming from the north. On arriving in Aviemore turn right at the first roundabout, following signs for Cairngorm Mountain. After 7 miles you arrive at Glenmore village, take the main left turn by the signpost for Glenmore Lodge, passing the Reindeer Centre. We are 0.75 mile along this road.
The nearest airport is just outside Inverness, 45 miles from Glenmore Lodge. The airport website gives details of flights into Inverness. To reach us you will then have to get a bus or taxi into Inverness then either a bus or train to Aviemore.