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Aviemore Directions

Visit Scotland and come to Aviemore. Your directions to Creag Mhor, 34 Corbett Place, Aviemore, PH22 1NZ are set out below. Easy access from Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and the world.

Directions to Creag Mhor, 34 Corbett Place, Aviemore, PH22 1NZ

By Car

Aviemore is located on the A9 roughly 80 miles north of Perth.
Travelling times by car are as follows:
Glasgow 2 ½ hours, Edinburgh 2 hours, Aberdeen 1 ½ hours and Inverness 30 minutes.
For detailed directions from your starting point please follow this link        For finding Creag Mhor -see below.

By Rail

Aviemore has its own railway station and is on the main Inverness line. There is a regular train service to Aviemore.  To get more details concerning train times please follow the following link,                               

To get to Creag Mhor it's a few minutes in a taxi or follow the directions below,

By Air

The closest airport to Aviemore is Inverness (35 miles) which has inbound flights with Eastern Airways from Newcastle, Leeds/Bradford, Manchester and Birmingham and Easyjet from Belfast, Bristol, Luton and Gatwick.

Finding Creag Mhor
Creag Mhor is situated on the northern outskirts of Aviemore.

From the south follow signs for Aviemore off the A9. Proceed through Aviemore village, passing all the numerous shops, bars and restaurants.
Near the North end of the village turn right (signposted Dalfaber), then 1st left into Braeriach Court, then 2nd right into Corbett Place, follow the road round to the right and Creag Mhor (No. 34) is situated in the right side corner of the cul-de-sac area, adjacent to Braeriach Court (you drove past it as you arrived).

From the north follow the Aviemore signs. After entering the 30 mph limit, take the second turn on the left (signposted Dalfaber).  Continue as above.

(If you zoom in on the map you can find Dalfaber Drive and Braeriach Court, unfortunately the arrow does not give you the accurate location - it's at the south west corner.)

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Last updated by allan on 03/04/2017