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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 restaurants, live music, 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 :

Kingussie in Bloom

Kingussie has been looking its best this year with flower displays once again on the High Street. The baskets were organised by the Kingussie Business Forum with support from the Community Council. Maintenance over the summer months has been carried out by a watering team of willing volunteers!
The Memorial Gardens have also been looking excellent this year thanks to the expert care and attention of Charlie the gardener.

Bikeathon 2017 - a fantastic day

Kingussie played host once again this year to the Bikeathon event which took place on the 25th June 2017 with well in excess of 200 riders taking part.
Now in its 24th year, this was the 2nd year charity partner CHSS (Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland) led the fundraising campaign.

Ready for the new Shinty season

With the shinty season 2017 just getting underway, new head coach Dallas Young has every reason to look forward with confidence and has stressed the importance of fitness to the team's success.
In three pre-season friendlies the Kingussie first team has been able to notch up home wins against Beauly (2-1) and Skye (4-0) and only narrowly losing out 3-2 to Caberfeidh in an away friendly.

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