Safeguard the Cairngorms is a site that is dedicated to the safety and well-being of the Cairngorms National Park which was established in the year 2003, in the north-east part of Scotland. The Scottish Parliament set up only one other park like this.
The park was named after the Cairngorms Mountains and hills that surround the park making it the largest national park in the British Isles. It is spread over an area of 4528 km and has been termed as a Category 5 protected landscape and Category 2 national park.
The local government is busy encouraging tourism in the city making it a hotspot for nature and adventure lovers. Dalwhinnie Distillery and The Highland Wildlife Park are situated right inside the national park.
On this site, you will find more information on the park itself, how to navigate it, what time of the year is best to visit it, and more useful information. There are several tips and guides available here that will make your trip even more memorable.
If you are planning to visit this park in the near future, then we recommend that you go through the articles found on this site at least once. This will help you prepare for the trip. If you have any concerns or queries that are not already covered on the site, please feel free to connect with us using the contact form available on the Contact Us page. A representative of the site will get in touch with you at the earliest.