Carrbridge is a picturesque village located in Stathspey beneath the Monadhliath (Grey) Mountains. A village with local character, excellent access to the surrounding countryside, it's wildlife and many outdoor sporting activities. Less busy than Aviemore which is six miles south, but as good a location to explore the Scottish Highlands.

Carrbridge is famous for it's 1717 packhorse bridge which crosses the River Dulnain. The bridge was damaged in the great flood of 1829. The Dulnain flows into the River Spey downstream of Dulnain Bridge. Also of note is Sluggan Bridge on the old General Wade road 2 mile up stream.


Carve Carrbridge Scottish Open Chainsaw Carving.

Golden Spurtle World Porridge Making Championship.


Info on Carrbridge Station.

Official village web site is at


The Cairn Hotel and bar.

The Badenoch and Strathspey Conservation Group.


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