Within a few miles of Braemar you have 24 munros, (mountains over 3000 feet) several Corbetts (mountains over 2000 feet) forestry walks and river walks. So whether its a gentle stroll or a full day tackling the Cairngorm plateau, there is something for everyone.

Gentle Walks

From our front door enter the woods behind and you have a gentle walk around queens Drive or Lions face or up Creag Choinnich for magnificent views over the village and surrounding glens.

Also from the village you have circular walks taking in the River Dee and Morrone Birkwood, a local nature reserve where seeing the stags adds to the enjoyment as you walk along the paths through heather and the Scots pine trees.


Moderate walks

Glen Quoich circular,  Loch Callater,  The Cairnwell Munros,   Morrone.


Strenuous Walks

Lochnagar,   Carn a Mhaim,   Ben Macdui,  Beinn a Bhuird,

Derry cairngorm,  Glas Maol circuit,


For more information on the above walks and many more, please see https://www.walkhighlands.co.uk


We have various maps and books to plan your route as well as a folder of different walks.

We have a drying room with boot dryer for drying all your gear so you are ready for a comfortable start the following morning.

Packed lunches can be ordered the night before.

Craiglea bed and breakfast and the owners are not responsible for any details of walks. It is the responsibility of the walkers to check the routes and details before heading out.