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Bridge of Cally

The leading entrance to the Highland Glens.

Bridge of Cally is small village just north of Blairgowrie through which the Cateran Trail runs.

The village sits at the junction of the glens Glenshee and Strathardle where they combine to form a third, Glenericht, and is centred round the bridge over the River Ardle.

The A93 ‘Snow Roads Scenic Route’ from Blairgowrie into the Cairngorm Mountains follows the line of the 18th century military road, crossing the River Ardle where the new road forms a junction with the A924 road to Kirkmichael and Pitlochry.

The village is popular in winter as it is near the Glenshee Ski Centre and has  a hotel, a post office/general store, an angling book shop, a village hall and a large holiday park.

The Bridge of Cally Hotel, formerly known as the Invercauld Arms, was for a long time a temperance establishment with alcohol being served for the first time in the 1960s.

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