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On Station Road there's a good art studio if you are interested in buying pottery or paintings.The famous picturesque bridge over the Dulnain River dates back to 1717. The World Porridge Making Championships take place here every October.
As well as hosting exhibitions and a gift shop, it offers genealogy services and free Wi Fi, and also has the Tourist Information Point for this area (tel: 01479 870477). Highland Games usually take place here on the last Saturday in August. Open daily (10.30am - 5pm) from Easter to the end of September (closed on Saturdays). Near there is Speyside Pottery which is open from April to October, daily 10am - 5pm (or by arrangement).
The main A9 road leading north from Perth to Inverness passes through the Grampian region dominated by the Cairngorm Mountains.
The Cairngorm area is the ideal place for outdoor activities.
Three of Scotland's best hill passes go through here leading to semi-permanent snow fields which can persist into the summer months, remnants of the ancient natural Caledonian Forest and features carved out by the last Ice Age.
The Gaelic name for the Cairngorms is Am Monadh Ruadh (the Red Hills) due to the pink granite on the plateau.
CARRBRIDGE (25 miles south of Inverness, 7 miles north of Aviemore) This pretty village is 850 feet above sea level.
It has a 9-hole golf course and a pony trekking centre.STRATHSPEY STEAM RAILWAY The Strathspey Steam Railway runs between the Boat of Garten and Aviemore, which an extension to Broomhill ('Glenbogle' in the BBC TV series Monarch of the Glen). Closed November - April (except for some holiday specials including Christmas). Timetables and details of special events on their web site.Morning coffee, afternoon tea and lunch can be taken on the train. SPEYSIDE Check out The Speyside Way which stretches from the coast at Buckie inland to Kincraig near Aviemore. For Speyside distillery listings, visit AVIEMORE (32 miles south of Inverness on the A9) Extremely popular mountain resort with many facilities and lots of all-year round activities: winter skiing, dry-ski slope, theatre, Highland Cattle and deer farm, reindeer centre.Mini cars, Mini Diggers and remote controlled trucks. There is also a family restaurant, snack bar and shop. GRANTOWN-ON-SPEY A planned town created by Sir James Grant of Grant in 1766.This is one of the most important centres in the area together with Aviemore.2015 saw the town's 250th anniverary with various celebrations with Grantown 250. LOCHINDORB CASTLE Lochindorb Castle is located on the bleak Dava Moor (6.5 miles north-west of Grantown-on-Spey off the road heading towards Forres).