Groove is in The Heart

By Reporter, The HighLand Times, Wednesday February 21 2018

A great weekend in store at Cairngorm Mountain & Badaguish Outdoor Centre.

Snowsports will kick off on Friday 23rd up Cairngorms (Cairngorm Mountain 9am - 5pm approx) where you can enjoy snow sports, DJs at The Day Lodge & Acoustic acts at The Ptarmigan!

You will then move downhill to the apres-ski site at Badaguish which kicks off from 6pm.

Free shuttle busses are available throughout the day from Aviemore bus station to and from the mountain / and to and from Badaguish.

Day splits at our Apres-ski site at Badaguish.

Busses will be running from Aviemore bus station going to Cairngorm Mountain throughout the day which is free for all Groove ticket holders.

There will also be return busses available.

Busses will also be running to and from our Apres-ski site at Badaguish leaving from Aviemore bus station!

If you are travelling from Inverness, we have an early morning bus going to the mountain at 9am leaving from Ironworks Venue and then one leaving at 6pm going to our apres-ski site at Badaguish!

These are £10 single and £15 return.

Bus tickets are available to purchase here

Rococo Tribe will be at Groove Cairngorm offering hair and body glitter over the weekend!

They will be situated at The Day Lodge up the mountain and then at our apres-ski site at Badaguish.



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