Welcome to Dulnain Bridge Community Website

Dulnain Bridge is a small community of nearly 500 people in the Highlands of Scotland. The community is centred around the River Dulnain which passes through the village in a deep gorge.

The village gets its name from the high single arched bridge which carries the road north-south, now by-passed.

The calendar year starts with Hogmanay, a huge celebration that can carry on for several days. Each village and town in the area will organise events: torch-lit parades, fireworks and street parties for the fun of all.. The rest of the year is no less busy with all manner of things cropping up on a weekly basis.

Dulnain Bridge is situated within the boundaries of the Cairngorms National Park. The Cairngorms National Park is home to one-quarter of Scotland’s native forest, one-third of the UK land above 600 metres and has a wide and varied range of fauna and flora.

For more information please visit their website www.cairngorms.co.uk. If you are “out and about” in the area another useful website to visit would be the Outdoor Access Code and this can be found at outdooraccess-scotland.com