Autumn Wildlife

Autumn has a special feel with the trees changing colour and roaring stags plus migration in full swing. There is much to see on this wildlife watching holiday in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park staying at our delightful converted “steading” in beautiful Glen Feshie. Enjoy the whole variety of Scotland’s wildlife from local specialities like Crested Tit and Scottish Crossbill plus days on the Moray Coast and West Coast. Minibus transport with generally easy walking but a couple of rougher tracks.

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Date
Cost
Spaces
Deposit
Single Supplement
30 Sep - 07 Oct 2017
£995.00
4 Spaces
£150.00
£100.00

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Date
Cost
Spaces
Deposit
Single Supplement
07 Oct - 14 Oct 2017
£995.00
5 Spaces
£150.00
£100.00

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Day 1Arrive in Glen Feshie in time for an evening meal and a chat about our plans for the coming week - 7 nights at the Steading.
Days 2-7Wildlife and birdwatching exploration including Abernethy Forest, Dava Moor, the Cairngorms, the Moray Firth and West Coast.
Day 8After breakfast we say our farewells and depart.

WalkingMost walks are 1-2 miles on wide sandy tracks, although there is the possibility of a forest walk of up to 4 miles. We can now take groups on to the Cairngorms plateau from the funicular railway summit to see Ptarmigan, therefore it may be necessary to take a walk on paths over uneven and occasionally undulating rocky terrain. Low-level unguided alternatives are available. Walking boots will be needed on the holiday.
WeatherThe weather can vary enormously. Snow can occur in the mountains at any season with sunny warm weather also possible. During a typical week in autumn we would expect to experience mixed sun and showers with temperatures in the range 8-18ºC. You may want to bring sunscreen.
InsectsBiting midges are rare at this time of year.
MealsAll included from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast on Day 8.
AccomDouble (ensuite), twin (ensuite) and single (ensuite and non ensuite) rooms.
Group12