The Cabrach

The Cabrach is the name given to a sparsely populated, heath-covered upland plateau area of Moray lying between Dufftown and the settlements of Rhynie and Lumsden. Watered by the upper streams of the Deveron River and by the Black Water, The Cabrach is centred on the new village of Cabrach and is traversed by an old pony whisky route known as the Cabrach Road. The Parish Church of Cabrach dates from 1786 and the bridge over the Allt Deveron was built in 1820. The Buck of the Cabrach rises to 721m (2368 feet) on the border between Moray and Aberdeenshire.

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