Please note this website requires cookies in order to function correctly, they do not store any specific information about you personally.

rangerwalksThere’s something exciting tackle for every type of walker in the area around No. 10: topography ranges from wild arctic tundra on the mountains to ancient pinewoods, the surviving parts of the once extensive Caledonian Forest, lower down in the glens.
If you just want a slow easy walk through gorgeous scenery there are endless choices – we can recommend the walks around Loch Vaa, The Green Loch and/or Loch an Eilean (all paradises for dogs incidentally).  As a step up from that there’s always Cairngorm Mountain – you can try a walk up, then reward yourself at the top in the Ptarmigan restaurant, and take the Funicular Railway back down.
Equally, if you’re into more serious stuff, you’re definitely in the right place  in Aviemore, both for hiking and hill walking.  The Cairngorms aren’t known as The Roof of Scotland for nothing.
The links below give you a good indication of the variety and range of walking experiences on offer, the difficulty of each one and there’s a list of the numerous Munros in the area too.
And when you get back home after your walk, No. 10 has an efficient Drying Room to make sure your gear is warm and dry for the next day.

  • Guest Feedback
  • Guest Extras
  • What's On


We're proud to have been recognised by the Scottish Tourist Board, with an "Excellent 4 Star" award, and welcome our guests to leave reviews about their stay at No.10 on Trip Advisor. Please feel free to go to and leave us a review, or read what others have to say about us, using the link below.

Read Reviews


Apart from free golf and leisure, we're always on the lookout for discounts for guests at No 10.  So we've linked up with some of our own favourite local businesses - The Old Bridge Inn, The Cairngorm Reindeer Centre and Active Outdoor Pursuits - who're all offering our guests 10% off ! Keep an eye peeled for more!

Read More