Scotland [5]: Scottish Highlands -

-  Eilean Donan Castle, Luss, The Quiraing, Loch Nah-Achlaise, Glen Nevis, Strathmashie, Bealach Na Ba Pass, Kilt Rock, Carrbridge, Urquhart Castle

The old packhorse bridge in Carrbridge in the Cairngorms National Park is the oldest stone bridge in the Highlands. The plaque near the viewpoint reads as follows:

“At the beginning of the eighteenth century, to the inconvenience of both travellers and local people, there was no point at which the River Dulnain could be crossed when it was in spate, and burials at the Church of Duthil were often delayed.

Brigadier-General Alexander Grant of Grant, Clan Chief, commissioned John Niccelsone, a mason from Ballindaloch, to build a bridge at Lynne of Dalrachney. Built between May and November 1717, the bridge was paid for out of stipends of the Parish of Duthill.

Its parapets and side walls were badly damaged in the 18th century and again in the famous flood of August 1829, giving the appearance it still has today.”

Sources: Instagram and

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Scotland [3] - Cairngorms/Grampians & Perthshire 

- Carrbridge, Loch Morlich, Cairngorm, Braemar, Aviemore, Strath Mashie, Pitlochry, Corgarff Castle, Dunkeld, Kirkmichael