Carrbridge | Caledonian Sleeper |



Surrounded by spectacular forest, moorland and mountains, Carrbridge sits at the northern gateway to the Cairngorms National Park. The village is a favourite for wildlife spotters and has plenty of tracks and trails offering spectacular views.

The World Porridge Making Championship is held in the village during October every year, where contestants from all around the world compete to make the perfect bowl of porridge.

Home to the Old Packhorse Bridge, which is the oldest stone bridge in the Highlands, built in 1717 and is a symbol of the village’s heritage and resilience.

Landmarks and Attractions

Old Pack Horse Bridge

A charming stone bridge dating back to the 18th century, crossing the River Dulnain in Carrbridge. It is one of Scotland’s oldest stone bridges and a picturesque landmark, evoking a sense of history and tranquillity.

Landmark Forest Adventure Park

An exciting family attraction nestled in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park. It offers a wide range of outdoor activities and adventures, including treetop trails, water slides, and wildlife encounters, providing fun for visitors of all ages.

Castle Roy

Castle Roy is an ancient hillfort located near Carrbridge, offering panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and the River Dulnain. With its archaeological significance and scenic beauty, it is a popular destination for hikers and history enthusiasts.