Getting to Full On Adventure
Our Aviemore base and heated changing rooms are at sat nav post code PH22 1QH. IMPORTANT ,note you’ll need to use human brain powers as well as sat nav because we are on the south side of the road just before you reach the sat nav location of the post code if coming from Aviemore center. That’s the right side of the ski road coming from Aviemore centre, next to tennis club and over the road from Tree Zone.
Our Aviemore base is at the following address
Full On Adventure
The Old Pavilion
From south when you drive into Aviemore you will reach a roundabout with a Italian restaurant on it; turn right at that roundabout following signs for Cairngorm ski area and Glenmore. But then after just a minute you will see our base on your right, next to tennis club, opposite Tree Zone and the electric sign for the ski area. Drive into our car park, called the woodland car park, and follow the signs to our base behind Mikes Bikes.
From the north drive through Aviemore on main road until you reach the ‘Italian restaurant roundabout’; turn left at that roundabout following signs for Cairngorm ski area and Glenmore. But then after just a minute you will see our base on your right, next to tennis club, opposite Tree Zone and the electric sign for the ski area. Drive into our car park, called the woodland car park, and follow the signs to our base behind Mikes Bikes.
Please note our Aviemore business address is not a meeting place it is just our trading address, our offices are actually located in Carrbridge which is where any post can be sent or to our trading address which is then re-directed to our carrbridge office.
Getting to Aviemore.
We are easily reached from the south by following the A9 north to Aviemore, we’re 2-3 hours from Edinburgh or Glasgow just over one hour from Perth. Aviemore just 30minutes from Inverness and a hour from the west coast is centrally located to access the whole of the Scottish Highlands.
Reduce your carbon impact by considering the following ideas; if you’re coming as a group such as a Stag or Hen do, why not save driving and costs and make it more sociable by hiring a minibus, or people carrier, for the weekend where you live and using it all weekend rather than bringing lots of cars.
The Caladonian Sleeper train is also a great way to travel, leave work on a Friday evening and be here doing activities on the Saturday morning not having to leave until sunday night. It means you don’t waste any days travelling as that is done over night. If only they could get the booking process as simple as the budget airlines, I’m sure everyone would be using it, but for those of you with patience when it come to booking, it is a great way to travel.
For a weekend or short break in Scotland, flying into the small but well connected Inverness airport for the highland capital, makes a lot more sense than arriving in big airports in Edinburgh or Glasgow. By cutting out the time on the tarmac and waiting for luggage and getting out of those big airports, Inverness gets you off the plane and into your adventure in super-fast time. Fly to Inverness airport from All London airports, Manchester, Bristol, Belfast, Southampton, Cardiff , and several Mainland European locations. We can also be reached from Aberdeen airport and often provide activities for groups coming over from Aberdeen. For groups ask us about our pick up service or why not have a hire car or self drive minibus waiting for you to use throughout your stay and drop off at the airport when you fly out.