Cairngorm may refer to:

  • Cairngorms, mountain range in the Scottish Highlands, and so
    Cairngorms National Park, national park in Scotland
    Cairngorm Mountain Railway
    Cairngorm (mineral), a form of smoky quartz, found in the Cairngorms
    Cairn Gorm, mountain in the Scottish Highlands, after which the range is named
    Cairngorm Mountain ski resort, ski and snowboarding recreation area on the mountain
  • Cairngorm (Flex framework)
  • Cairngorm (horse), American racehorse

Other articles related to "cairngorm, cairngorms":

Derry Cairngorm - Overview
... Derry Cairngorm is regarded as part of the central group of Cairngorm hills, along with Ben Macdui and Càrn a' Mhàim ... The name has now been anglicised to Derry Cairngorm the original Gaelic means “Blue cairn of Derry” ...
Cairngorm Club Bridges
... The Cairngorm Club are responsible for the construction of many bridges throughout the Cairngorms including those over the Luibeg Burn at Preas nam ... Probably the most famous is the Cairngorm Club Footbrige over the Am Beanaidh in Rotheimurchus Forrest ...
Corrour Bothy - Sources
... Skea, William (July 1901), Cairngorm Club Journal, Number 17, Cairngorm Club, Aberdeen Gordon, Seton (1948), Highways and Byways in the Central Highlands, MacMillan Co ... The Cairngorms ... Cairngorm Club Journal XVI (87) ...
Cairn Gorm - The Cairngorm Ski Resort - The Funicular Controversy
... The Cairngorm Chairlift Company, who operated the resort, proposed removing the chairlift and replacing it with a funicular railway There was strong opposition to the funicular from ... reached, after negotiations with Scottish Natural Heritage, allowed the Cairngorm Mountain Railway to be built, but with restrictions on its usage ... Improved snow conditions in recent winters has increased its use by skiers, Cairngorm Mountain Ltd but it is dependent on other users ...
Derry Cairngorm - Geography
... Derry Cairngorm is a six/seven-kilometre-long ridge-type mountain that runs north to south, it rises from Glen Luibeg in the south and concludes at Coire Etchachan in the north, where it is joined to ... Derry Cairngorm is characterised by large granite boulders on its higher slopes which make walking in the summit area difficult, the walker often having to resort to hopping between boulders ... Derry Cairngorm has two subsidiary summits listed in the Munro Tables ...