Family-friendly fun activities are happening across the region
The bad weather may lead to cancellation of some events - please check before setting out.
Easter activities at Landmark
Landmark Forest Adventure Park, Carrbridge
Until 11 April
Pose for a photo with the Easter bunny and take part in the Easter egg hunt at the park. Will you be the lucky winner of the giant chocolate egg?
Free with admission to park - £10.90, £8.70
National Trust Easter Egg Trails
Glencoe Visitor Centre, Glencoe, Inverewe Garden and Brodie Castle near Forres
2 - 5 April
Have some fun by following an Easter trail. Collect the clues and win a chocolate egg. Entertainers, outdoor games and face painting will ensure a fun day out for all the family.
£1 per trail entry (excludes admission price to property)
Northern Nashville Caithness Country Music Festival
Halkirk Indoor Riding Centre, Caithness
2 - 4 April
Head to Halkirk for some live country music from local and international artists. The festival gets bigger every year. Musicians on the bill this year include Rick Trevino, Leona Williams and Amber Digby.
Great Glen Death March
Banavie to Inverness
2 - 4 April, starts 2100
The grim sounding title of the event matches the endurance required. Traverse 100 km of the Great Glen in under 24 hours.
Search for the Jacobite Gold
3 - 4 April
Track down a government spy using the treasure map provided. Solve the clues in this historical hunt to claim your prize.
Free with admission price
Whin Park, Inverness
4 April, 1000
Search the park for clues to win an egg. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Entry is free but charity donations are welcome. All donations go to a local mental health charity.
Easter Sunday Eggstravaganza
Dog Falls Car park, Glen Affric
4 April, 1400 - 1600
Follow the trail, solve the clues and find the Easter eggs hidden in the woods.
4 April, 1330 - 1500
Join in a fun trail in the woods and have some Easter-themed fun. Children must be accompanied by an adult. A free bus to Craig Phadric will be running from Church Street in Inverness.