How To Find Glenmore Lodge
Glenmore Lodge Travel Plan
Glenmore Lodge encourages our visitors to walk, cycle and use public transport where possible, as part of a healthy lifestyle and sustainable good practice. People often enquire about lift sharing to the Lodge. The best way to arrange this would be to post on our Travel Forum.
Getting To The Area
Glenmore Lodge is 0.75 of a mile from Glenmore Village, 8 miles from Aviemore, 2.5 hours North from Glasgow or Edinburgh and 0.5 hours South from Inverness.
Below are details of a number of different ways to get to the area. If you need any more information we would recommend the Transport Direct website.
The closest railway station is in Aviemore. This is on the mainline from Edinburgh/Glasgow to Inverness. For those travelling through London Scotrail offer a sleeper service to Aviemore. For further information visit National Rail enquiries.
Aviemore is just off the A9, 90 miles north of Perth & 30 miles south of Inverness. From the south take the first exit signposted Aviemore, this is the second exit if coming from the north. On arriving in Aviemore turn right at the first roundabout, following signs for Cairngorm Mountain. After 7 miles you arrive at Glenmore village, take the main left turn by the signpost for Glenmore Lodge, passing the Reindeer Centre. We are 0.75 mile along this road. PLEASE IGNORE YOUR SAT NAV – THE POSTCODE WILL TAKE YOU TO THE WRONG LOCATION!
The nearest airport is just outside Inverness, 45 miles from Glenmore Lodge . The airport website gives details of flights into Inverness. To reach us you will then have to get a bus or taxi into Inverness then either a bus or train to Aviemore.
Getting to us from Aviemore
Glenmore Lodge Transfers
For those booked on courses we offer a pick up from Aviemore Station to Glenmore Lodge on Friday and Sunday at 17:20. Please contact us on 01479 861 256 to book in advance. We also provide a drop off on Friday and Sunday leaving the Lodge at 17:00.
Glenmore Lodge can be easily reached by an off road cycle track from Aviemore, around 8 miles each way. From the railway station turn left, past the petrol station and then turn left down a path which takes you under the railway. Turn right after 150m, cross the river by the Old Bridge Inn and onto the cycle path which runs alongside the B970. The journey takes around 45-60 minutes here, 25-35 minutes return.
Service number 31 leaves Aviemore from outside the Police Station and also from the Railway Station Interchange. Please check www.travelinescotland.com for a current timetable. The journey takes around 15 minutes to Glenmore. You will then need to walk 0.75 mile to reach us. There is a purpose built path running alongside the road.
Taxis are available from outside the railway station and it will cost around £15 for the 10 – 15 minute journey.