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A Warm Highland Welcome!

Welcome to Kingussie, the capital of Badenoch in the Scottish Highlands. It’s a small, lively town right beside the famous river Spey in the midst of the glorious Cairngorms National Park and almost exactly in the centre of Scotland!

Surrounded by stunning landscape where sports of every kind can be enjoyed from cycling to skiing, golf and fishing to watersports, walking and much more, Kingussie is a paradise for outdoor activities and for those who appreciate invigorating Highland air, dramatic scenery and Highland hospitality.

Visitors can enjoy award-winning eateries, live music and film screenings most weeks, festivals every month, speciality shops and a wide range of excellent hotels, guesthouses, B&Bs and self-catering accommodation. Travelling here couldn’t be easier – either by car on the A9, by national rail and bus services or even using cycle routes .

Latest news :

Award for Cycle Friendly Kingussie

27 November 2014: Kingussie has been selected by Cycling Scotland as one of four communities across Scotland to develop a new Cycle Friendly Community. As a result Kingussie Community Development Company (KCDC) will have access to funding in order to pilot additional cycling initiatives in Kingussie and extending to the wider Badenoch area including Newtonmore, Laggan and Kincraig.

Kingussie win the 2014 Camanachd Cup !

Kingussie won shinty's Camanachd Cup in Inverness on Saturday 13th September when they defeated Glenurquhart 4-0 to spark celebrations which would run for three days and nights!
Two goals each from Savio Genini and Ronald Ross were enough to seal victory at Bught Park in Inverness in front of a 5000 strong crowd. This is the first time in 8 years that the famous old trophy has come back to Kingussie and the 23rd time since 1896.

Bikefest another successful weekend

The citizens and cyclists of Kingussie refused to let storm clouds dampen their mood over the weekend.

800 or so intrepid souls braved the rain and came along for a great free day out at the second Bikefest Scotland on Saturday, a pre-cursor to the 22nd annual Scottish Bikeathon which takes place every year on Fathers’ Day.

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