19 September 2021
A guided walk to the Pictish hillfort of Dun da Lamh (optional e-bikes available), along with an opportunity to create your own journal in the Badenoch The Storylands app. Cost £4 or £10 with e-bike hire.
The four-mile route climbs about 650 feet and is steeper nearer the summit of Dun da Lamh, where caution is needed. The summit rewards you with views over Spey Dam towards the Corrieyairick Pass, and down the Spey Valley towards Laggan and beyond, showing the prominent position the hill fort held.
This route is graded as STRENUOUS and is largely on forest tracks, but the final section is rougher – sturdy footwear is essential.
Participants are responsible for ensuring that they are sufficiently fit and healthy to take part in this Strenuous graded walk / e-bike ride (up to 3hrs in length, sections of steep gradient or difficult terrain).
You will need to use your own transport to the meeting place for this event. There is free parking at Laggan Wolftrax Mountain Biking Trail Centre.
Coffee and cakes are available from Wolftrax cafe, open from 10 to 5pm. Toilet facilities also available.
The tour starts from Laggan Wolftrax at 2pm, please arrive 10 mins early.
This tour is not suitable for disabled access, dogs are welcome if kept on lead.
Pre-booking via eventbrite is essential.more details »
19 September 2021
Enjoy an illustrated talk and virtual guide around the refurbished Clan Macpherson Museum and find out more about the new permanent exhibition. Cost £4, with bookings via Eventbrite. Part of Badenoch Festival.
The event takes the form of a guided tour through the Museum led by the Museum's Exhibitions Committee, Dr Mairi and Dr Jim MacPherson. For those familiar with the collection, the tour will give you a taste for the massive changes the collection has undergone during lockdown.
The tour will introduce newcomers to some of the best-known and loved treasures and will hopefully tempt you to come and visit the Museum in person. The tour will take place via a specially-recorded video. Following the film is a Q&A session where you can ask questions about the new exhibition and find out more about how it came to be.
Based in the Highlands, Drs Jim and Mairi MacPherson are academics and members of the Clan Macpherson Museum Advisory Board, where they currently form the Exhibitions Committee.
The talk will take place online using Zoom webinar facility and starts at 7.30 pm.
Zoom webinar is a view-only platform where attendees join in listen only mode. However, using the chat facility there will be the opportunity to ask questions after the talk.more details »