The Cabrach is a remote, sparsely populated upland area between the Cairngorms and the Moray Firth in the old county of Banffshire.
Its history stretches back to the very earliest inhabitants of Scotland and it has a strong sense of place. That distinctive identity is underlined by its name – not Cabrach, but ‘The’ Cabrach. Crossed by a single road, The Cabrach has often been described as ‘a landlocked island’. It is an area of natural beauty with unspoilt views over mountains and heather moors.