The most amazing sunset, the sky went from the brightest orange to the deepest purple, it really was quite spectacular. The photos are taken from the Gaskbeg green looking towards Strathmashie, wolftrax and the West.
Last of the sun on the last day of 2019, and what an amazing day to finish the year
Wishing everyone a very happy New Year and all the best for 2020
Trees down the drive turning lovely shades of gold and bronze, hope the colours last for a wee while.
Still have availability in the cottages for the October holidays, please get in touch for a price or if you have any
Thanks for all your enquiries and help with passing the message on, Bail nan Cnoc is now booked from the 17th to the 31st
Photo of the falls in full spate with a very ominous sky!
We have had a lat minute cancellation for Bail nan Cnoc which sleeps 6, from this Saturday the 17th to the 31st of August. The price has been reduced to £657 per week, please get in touch for more details.
We have had a very busy Summer and I cannot believe it is now the middle of August? Some fantastic weather as well as some rain but that has meant we have lots of grass which is great for the stock!
The photo above is of the ‘Gaskbeg Swimming Pool’ which is a great pool in the River Spey which flows through the Farm. I took this picture on a lovely summer evening whilst swimming! I hope we get some more swimming weather before the summer is finished.
Lambing has at last finished today (10th of June) the last ewe to lamb has been hanging on for ages but she finally produced a healthy single lamb! So its just pet lambs to feed but hopefully they will be going out soon.
Weather has been absolutely amazing lets hope it continues, Loch Laggan looked amazing but it was still a wee be chilly
What happened to March? cannot believe its April all ready. We are all gearing up for lambing, first lambs expected about the 12th /13th so fingers and toes crossed that the weather will be good.
The Laggan Stores, Coffee Bothy and Gallery is now open 6 days a week and they have joined up with the Cairngorms National Park Authority to be one of their local information centres, so definitely worth a visit.
Also worth a visit if your up for an adventure is Quad Bike and 4 x 4 Tours based at Kinlochlaggan (about 7 miles from Gaskbeg)
Last of the sun setting in the west behind Craig Meagaidh , a cold night ahead I think, the forecasters are saying it could go to -10! Which is cold but nothing like what some areas in America are getting, in Chicago record breaking temperatures of -30 have been recorded – now that’s cold!!!
If all this winter weather is making you think about ski-ing here is a list of all the Scottish ski centres and links to their websites to get the most upto date information. We were skiing at the Nevis range on Saturday and the weather was fantastic, but there was just not quite enough snow – lots of rocks – but its snowing now so hopefully conditions will get better.
The two nearest centres are; The Nevis Range (FortWilliam) which is about 38 miles from Gaskbeg. Details of conditions can be found HERE
and; Cairngorm Mountain (Aviemore) which is about 30 miles from Gaskbeg. Details of conditions found HERE
There are 3 other ski centre
The Lecht Ski Centre (Lecht 2090) is on the A95 between Tomintoul and Cockbridge is about 56 miles from Gaskbeg, detail can be found HERE
Glencoe Ski Centre which is on the A82 south of FortWilliam it is about 70 miles from Gaskbeg, details can be found HERE
GlenShee Ski Centre which is south of Braemar on the A93, it is about 72 miles from Gaskbeg, details can be found HERE