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Looking into Cluny from the Gaskbeg Hill

Here we give you ideas on what to do when you come to stay. There are a great variety of outdoor activities in the local area. We are very happy to chat over the phone, so please just give us a call – 01528 544 336 or email

Walking and wildlife watchingGaskbeg Hill with a dusting of snow and the height and ZigZag road annotated

Around Gaskbeg there are some great walks, go up the zig-zaggy road to the top of the Gaskbeg hill, it’s quite a walk as its almost a Munro at 2870ft but so worth it when you get to the top as the views are amazing. The photo at the top is taken from the top of the Gaskbeg hill looking east to Newtonmore.

Creag Meagaidh National Nature reserve is only about 14 miles west of Laggan beginning on the shores of Loch Laggan and rising to over 3000ft.  It caters for all types of walkers, way-marked trails making it easy to explore the lower slopes, longer trails into Coire Ardair and for the more adventurous  fantastic Munro’s to conquer! and for the real adrenaline junkies very impressive  ice cliffs to climb in the winter.


How to get to Creag Meagaidh directions


Wildlife you might see, the picture above of the deer was taken just off the Glen road, not far from Gaskbeg.  If your walking in the spring time you might hear the harsh calls of a Black Grouse near woods or in the summer you’ll see deer on the high tops and if you are lucky you might see a Golden Eagle soaring over head.

Snow Sports

Our self-catering holiday accommodation is ideally located to take advantage of snow sports in Scotland. We are ideally situated for access to the western resorts and the Cairngorms. This unique location allows you to choose your resort depending on the snow conditions.

The resorts on the west are The Nevis Range near Fort William and Glencoe Mountain The snow conditions on the west are influenced by the weather coming in from the Atlantic and can produce fantastic snow for snow sports. Fort William can be reached in under an hour and Glencoe is just over an hour by car.

To the east lies the magnificent Cairngorm Mountain centre which can be reached in 50 minutes. The resort is under new management and is investing in new snow making machines to ensure that as many runs as possible can be made available. The train access allows transportation to the higher level when the snow is not available at the car park height.

To book your Scottish Skiing and Snowboarding accommodation contact us now for availability.

Mountain Biking

Scotland has been voted the best location in the world for Mountain Biking! With our unique access laws and purpose built trail centre network why not stay for a week and explore why Scotland is the number one destination.

Laggan Wolftrax offers some of the best mountain biking in Scotland. Widely recognised as a fantastic trail centre, Laggan community run the new bike centre which includes a bike hire and repairs shop plus a cafe. Oh and it is only around the corner from Gaskbeg!

Gaskbeg is the ideal location to get to know the trail centre. With beginner, intermediate and expert route choices it is one of the best in the country. Combined with stunning views it’s one not to be missed.

Gaskbeg also provides a fantastic base to explore the more natural trails in Scotland. There is a huge variety of terrain in the Cairngorm National Park from ancient pine forests to remote exposed mountain tops there is everything you can wish for.

Book now and make Gaskbeg your base for a fantastic mountain biking holiday accommodation in Scotland

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