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Europe > Britain and Ireland > United Kingdom > Scotland > Scottish Highlands > The Great Glen and Strathspey > Dulnain Bridge

Dulnain Bridge

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Dulnain Bridge is a village in Strathspey.

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By car[edit]

  • From the South: take the A9 towards Inverness. Bypass Aviemore, then first turn right to Elgin / Grantown on Spey on the A95. Dulnain Bridge is 9 miles further north.
  • From the North: take the A9 south from Inverness, leaving at the Carrbridge exit. Take the A938 through Carrbridge, to Dulnain Bridge.
  • From the North East: from Grantown on Spey take the A95 south towards Aviemore. Dulnain Bridge is 3 miles south of Grantown.
  • From the South West: from Fort William through Newtonmore and Kingussie to the A9. Then directions as for traffic from the south.

By train[edit]

First go to Aviemore, then taxi to Dulnain (approx £12), or hire a car there.

By plane[edit]

Fly to Inverness Dalcross Airport, which is a 40 minutes drive from Dulnain. Car hire is available.

Get around[edit]

Map of Dulnain Bridge

See[edit]

  • 1 Roche moutonnées (sheepback). Glacial rock formation.

Do[edit]

  • 1 Broomhill railway station (Strathspey Railway). Used as the station for Glenbogle, in the BBC series "Monarch of the Glen". Broomhill railway station (Q25346006) on Wikidata Broomhill railway station on Wikipedia
  • Abernethy Highland Games are held in mid-August at Nethy Bridge. The next event is Sat 8 Aug 2020.

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Eat[edit]

  • Muckrach Country House Hotel, see "Sleep" listing.

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