Walkhighlands shortlisted for tourism awards

Walkhighlands has been shortlisted for 2 awards in this year’s Highlands and Island Tourism Awards. Walkhighlands entered the Best Use of Social Media and Most Enterprising Business in the Great Outdoors categories and focused on our interactive social network which allows Walkhighlands’ users to post trip reports, photos, log their Munros, keep a walks diary, and be part of a lively forum. Also shortlisted in the Social Media category are Jacobite Cruises and G2-Outdoors, based in Aviemore. In the Great Outdoors category Walkhighlands will be up against Isle of Skye Yachts and Backcountry Survival.

Other nominees include the Caledonian Canal for best visitor attraction and the following Walkhighlands member businesses, Active Outdoors, Craggan Outdoors, Pottery House B&B, Aurora B&B, Princes House Hotel, and Bluebell Croft self catering. The winners will announced at a ceremony on 19 November in Inverness.

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