KCDC

Winter walk

Writer and broadcaster Cameron McNeish joined Kingussie Community Development Company (KCDC) members Dick Webster and Andy Dunn and COAT West Cairngorms Access Project Officer Ewan Thain on a fine mid-winter’s day to walk from Lynchat through to Newtonmore. The group set-out early past historic Raitts cave above Lynchat and more or less followed the old […]...

Gynack Bridge Replacement, Kingussie

Background The lower footbridge spanning the Gynack Burn between the Cross Restaurant and Gynack Road was condemned over 2 years ago. The wooden bridge had been built on two sections of old railway line and the structure was not considered safe for public use with the timber itself worn and very slippy. Kingussie Community Development […]...

Historic bridge reopens in Cairngorms National Park

A historic bridge has reopened in the Cairngorms National Park thanks to the combined efforts of local groups. The Gynack Bridge crossing in Kingussie, which has been closed for two and a half years, was reopened yesterday (Tuesday) by Minister for the Environment Roseanna Cunningham. Roseanna Cunningham said: “I am delighted the Gynack Bridge is […]...