Packhorse Bridge

This truly picturesque structure spans the Livet at Bridgend of Glenlivet. Only two arches of the bridge have survived. The third was ripped away by floodwater during the great “Muckle Spate” of 1829. No-one knows exactly how old the bridge is, but it’s likely to have been built at the same time as nearby Blairfindy Castle (16th Century).

Park up and enjoy a picnic next to the bridge as the river tumbles through a narrow rocky gorge.

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