Cairngorms National Park
There s nowhere else like the Cairngorms National Park
We are looking for an enthusiastic young person to be our next Cairngorms Nature Young Presenter. The winner will come on a magical 5 day family Speyside Wildlife holiday and spend a day making a short film with TV Naturalist Iolo Williams.
There are a wide range of opportunities to get involved with groups across the Park, from path maintenance to tree planting, to species surveying and more!
See all the latest opportunities and get involved!
6th September, 2017
Last tower toppled in National Park
Wee Walks Week: Are you as active as you think you are?
5th September, 2017
Pledge to get out for a Wee Walk
Home to some of Britain’s most loved, but endangered species
The habitat of the majestic Golden Eagle
Find out more this amazing bird
See one of Britain s rarest mammals, the Red Squirrel
See the rare Scottish Wildcat in its natural environment
Discover the conservation work being done
Learn about the Park s rarest plants
View some of the Park’s important plants
This unique and special place needs caring for
Find out how we monitor the three key species of Raptor
View all conservation projects
We are now looking for sites that can be considered for allocation within the new Local Development Plan
View more about the ‘Call for Sites’
Junior Rangers – Outdoor courses for 11-18 year olds
See all other opportunities
For the right to roam you have to show care, respect and responsibility
Enjoying the Park responsibly
About the Authority
Contact the Authority
Cairngorms National Park Authority
Grantown on Spey
+44 (0) 1479 873 535
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