Glenmore is a National Nature Reserve run by Camping in the Forest, in partnership with the Forestry commission and encompasses Glenmore Forest Park.
A haven for wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts alike, it's no surprise that Glenmore translates from the Gaelic as the ‘big glen'. Seek out some of the small but beautiful plants which are pinewood specialists, such as twinflower and one-flowered wintergreen, or just savour the fragrant carpet of needles beneath the ancient granny pines. Red squirrels, crossbills and crested tit can all be found and the forest is often alive with the sound of bird song.
Glenmore provides opportunities for walking, cycling, orienteering, cross-country skiing and bird-watching in the forest while watersports, fishing and sailing is available on Loch Morlich. There is a camping and caravan site and a visitor centre.
Take the B970 from Aviemore towards the Cairngorms and after six miles you will be in Glenmore Forest Park. Go through Glenmore Village and cross the bridge over the Abhainn Ruigh-eunachan. The Allt Mor car park is approximately three-quarters of a mile beyond the bridge on the left-hand side of the road (a green FCS sign indicates the access point).
Regular bus service from Aviemore to Glenmore.