Duthil and Rothiemurchus

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Duthil New Parish Church, Carrbridge
Aviemore Railway Station

Duthil and Rothiemurchus is a parish in north-eastern Inverness-shire, comprising Duthil on the left of the Spey and Rothiemurchus on the right. The Duthil portion also lies in a detached part of Morayshire.

The parish contains the village of Boat of Garten, Carrbridge and Aviemore, the latter two of which lie on the main north-south A9 trunk road. The A95 to Keith in Banffshire starts here too as does the A938 Old Military Road to Dulnain Bridge.

It is bounded to the north-east by Cromdale, Inverallan and Advie; to the east by Abernethy and Kincardine; to the south-east by Crathie and Braemar in Aberdeenshire; to the south-west by Alvie; and to the north-west by Moy and Dalarossie and by Cawdor and Ardclach in Nairnshire. It has an utmost length of 22⅜ miles from north to south from Carn Allt Laoigh to a point 1⅝ mile south-east of Loch Eunach, with an utmost breadth from east to west of 10½ miles.

Mountains and hills

The main elevations, forming part of the Monadhliath range, are:

Where asterisks mark those summits that culminate on the borders of the parish. Beyond the Dulnan, again, rise:

Lastly from north to south in Rothiemurchus the principal summits, part of the Cairngorm group, are:

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