21 September 2019 (11am - 2pm (tours only))
In the company of Historic Environment Scotland archaeologist Eve Boyle enjoy a rare opportunity to step inside Garvamore on Doors Open Day, a remote 18th century inn, scene of dark deeds in the years after Culloden!
We’ll then visit General Wade’s Garva Bridge, and follow some of the military road towards the Corrieyairack pass.
Stop in at Laggan Village Hall on route to the event, with refreshments and venison for sale from 10am.
The walk is graded as Moderate (over one hour in length, some gradient or rough terrain).
Event organised by the Badenoch Heritage: Bringing the Past to the 21st Century Project as part of the Badenoch Festival. Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Cairngorm National Park Authority, Transport Scotland, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and The Highland Council.
Please note - there is a charge for this event - more details on Eventbrite at:
Building Date: 18th Century
Guided tour of the Garvamore Inn followed by a walk to General Wade's Garva Bridge and some of the military road towards the Corrieyairack Pass.
Please note that a charge applies for this event.