Local people and visitors from around the world come in their thousands to see events such as "tossing the caber", throwing weights, tug-o-war and many more various strength and endurance tests. Highland dancing (including the world famous "Highland Fling") and bagpipe bands and competitions are also as popular today as they have been for hundreds of years.

The games have existed throughout the last millennium and villages have traditionally held games during a holiday period once a year. Oddly enough the games were made more widely known by Queen Victoria in 1848 when she visited Braemar Games. Today, Queen Elizabeth still attends these games and has done for the last fifty years.

Beauly Highland Games