Carrbridge is a village in the Scottish Highlands on the edge of Cairngorms National Park. It's within easy reach of the western part of the Park, the Spey valley, and Inverness and Culloden.

Get inEdit

By trainEdit

1 Carrbridge railway station is on the Highland Main Line. The station is about 1km from the village centre.

There are trains to Inverness, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Note many trains do not stop at Carrbridge, check the timetables.

It is about 30 minutes by train from Inverness, cost £10 single, or £11 day return.

By carEdit

Loop road from the A9 road from Perth to Inverness, a few miles north of Aviemore off the A9.

Get aroundEdit


  • 1 Old Packhorse Bridge (Carr Bridge). The oldest stone bridge in the Highlands, built in 1717. Having been damaged by a flood in 1829, only the arch remains, so it is more for looking at than crossing.
  • 2 Loch Garten, Boat of Garten. freshwater loch near and RSPB nature reserve known for its ospreys.    







Go nextEdit

Routes through Carrbridge
Inverness  NW   S  AviemorePerth

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