Landmark Forest Adventure Park, Carrbridge

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Experience the outdoors with a little adventure at Landmark Forest Adventure Park. Get a view of the entire park from the top of the highest wooden tower in the United Kingdom, the Fire Tower. In fact, heights abound with attractions such as Pinnacle, the climbing tower, and the Wildwater Coaster, which has three slides. Closer to the ground is the Tarzan Trail and Bamboozeleum, a house of illusion that will leave you spinning. Check the website for special packages and ticket discounts. Use our Aviemore travel itinerary maker to add Landmark Forest Adventure Park and other attractions to your Aviemore vacation plans.
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Where to stay in Aviemore

Aviemore is a resort area inside the Glenmore Forest Park protected area. Most lodging, both hotel chains and major resorts, are concentrated around the town's main road and the River Spey. Consider a B&B or guesthouse slightly deeper in the park from Aviemore. These offer luxury stays among what feels like untouched natural scenery.
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  • Had a brilliant day out at landmark with my mum n 4 year old son.. fun packed day with lots to do for us all.. would defo recommend a visit and we will return again  more »
  • Really nice staff, all park facilities clean and well maintained, lots to do for children AND adults. Great mix of fun, adventure and tranquility. Keep up the good work.  more »
  • Expensive park as you have to pay for all adults even if they are only supervising children. But good value for the kids - we arrived at opening time, before 10 and left about 4. Children had a ball. ...  more »
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  • FANTASTIC VALUE!!!...we visited as a family of 4 today...2 adults, 2 kids aged 9 and 12...we arrived at 10.45 am and left at 4.30pm.. and I can honestly say we never stopped having fun!!... Great rides and attractions, no long queues, very helpful staff, loads of physical activities such as high ropes/climbing walls etc...and the 3 water slide rides were a big hit... £72 for everything included which I think is good value for money...even the snacks and drinks were fairly priced and served up quickly. A MUST if you are in this area...
  • Excellent fun with the kids. Lots to do. Good value for money on the season passes. My only complaint is the lack of checking safety devices on the rollercoaster. Having been to other places, the lap bars are individually checked for EVERY passenger, no exceptions. Unfortunately at Landmark, a visual inspection is enough. I'd be very surprised if this is supposed to be the case. Other than that, I love this place, and would still recommend to family and friends.
  • A group of us had a superb day out with the kids, everything clean and tidy, fantastic staff and enough to entertain all day. all kids super tired by the time we got home and cant fault it. well one of the kids is disabled and like most places there was no changing area for heavily disabled people. so if you want to really impress a nice changing bench with a hoist would open up the park for all......albeit putting in a lift to the top of the waterslide might be asking much ;-) physically lifting the lad up 4 times was enough for me but at least he got to do what he wanted and the lad on the Rollercoaster even gave him a private shot when the lines went down. Little things like that really make the visit feel more personal. We will be back... which is something I hope we can say about the sawmill outhouse..... kids were devastated not seeing the wee many with his trousers down at his ankles lol
  • Let the kids mental! And have a bit of fun yourself. Not much of a vegetarian option however.
  • Really great amusement park for sub teenage kids. Roller coaster, climbing wall. ropes course, waterslides, parachute drop, a maze, forest walk and loads of other rides and things to do. We spent all day there and you can even bring your own picnic lunch to save money. Best thing with the waterslides is you ride them in a raft so don't need bathers and only get a little wet, ideal for the Scottish Weather.