Aviemore


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Aviemore

a winter sports resort in Scotland, in Moray between the Monadhliath and Cairngorm Mountains. Pop.: 2397 (2001)
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LIFT-OFF Three-year-old Harley Carriere takes to the air near Aviemore.
Walter Micklethwait, 36, from Aviemore, who transformed an old henhouse <Binto the Shed of the Year.
Dad-of-one Jonathan - who splits his time between Glasgow, Aviemore and London - named Crossbill after the little bird unique to the Highlands.
Every year since 1984, mushers from across the UK have gathered in the forests around Aviemore for the biggest event in the British sled dog racing calendar | THURSDAY JANUARY 24: A bear performs on a bike during the opening concert in the new 2013 season in Ukraine''s National Circus in Kiev | THURSDAY JANUARY 24: Opposition supporters demonstrate against recent laws approved by congress outside parliament in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
We rode from our campsite into Aviemore and parked our bikes outside the Skiing-doo, a great local eatery.
The Northern Constabulary said many routes were affected by snow including the A9 south of Aviemore to Drummochter, the A87 Invergarry road and the A82 in Glencoe.
Macdonald Hotels & Resorts, a UK-based hospitality company, has announced a holiday offer from Macdonald Aviemore Resort (the resort) in Aviemore in UK.
And while Aviemore may compare to the French Alps in January, the 100 mph autumn winds and driving rain remind us that this is most definitely British soil.
And while Aviemore may compare to the French Alps in January, in autumn, 100mph winds and driving rain remind us that this is most definitely British soil.
Shealy (human factors engineering, Rochester Institute of Technology, New York), and Scottish physician Langran present a collection of papers derived from presentations at a May 2007 conference held in Aviemore, Scotland, bringing together individuals from various disciplines to discuss skiing safety and means of reducing risks of all snow sports injuries.
The Aviemore Centre hosted the popular BBC TV show It's A Christmas Knockout in 1971, hosted by David Vine, and in 1977 by Stuart Hall.
Lord Coe, the London 2012 committee chairman and Olympic gold medal winner, unveiled the pounds 36,000 monument at Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands.