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2 edition of The Speyside Way (Rucksack Reader) found in the catalog.

The Speyside Way (Rucksack Reader)

by Jacquetta Megarry

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Rucksack Readers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Travel & holiday guides,
  • Walking, hiking, trekking,
  • Travel,
  • Travel - Foreign,
  • Northern Scotland, Highlands & Islands,
  • Scotland,
  • General,
  • Reference - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSpiral-bound
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8728470M
    ISBN 101898481083
    ISBN 109781898481089

    Speyside Way Visitor Centre. The Speyside Way is one of four official Long Distance Routes in Scotland (the others are the West Highland Way, the Southern Upland Way and the Great Glen Way). It was first opened in , to run from Spey Bay to Ballindalloch, with a spur to Tomintoul being added in   The guidebook comes with a separate map booklet of , scale OS maps showing the full route of the Speyside Way. Clear step-by-step route descriptions in the guide links together with the map booklet at each stage along the Way, and the compact format is conveniently sized for slipping into a jacket pocket or the top of a : Alan Castle.

    The regions of Speyside and Strathspey are home to almost half of the or so malt whisky distilleries in Scotland. This self guided walk follows way marked trails between distilleries is specifically chosen to provide the best combination of walking and whisky. The Speyside Way follows clear paths and tracks between friendly villages, with plenty of chances to spot wildlife or visit historic sites. Contours Walking Holidays Walk low-level paths over days through the wild landscapes beneath the Cairngorm Mountains, with maps, guidebook, accommodation and daily luggage transfers.

    Places you explore. Elgin - Explore this town and discover an incredible wee whisky shop and a gorgeously grand cathedral. Benromach Distillery* - This distillery does whisky the old fashioned Speyside way. Slowly with a little bit of smoke. Glenfiddich Distillery**-Arguably, the distillery that created the global demand for single malt whisky. The Speyside Way is the least attractive of all the long distance walks in walk from Buckie to Aberlour is very pleasant with some excellent views of the river Spey and the pastoral farm land around Fochabers.4/5(35).


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The Speyside Way (Rucksack Reader) by Jacquetta Megarry Download PDF EPUB FB2

While it is easy to book independent luggage transfer for the West Highland Way, it is a lot harder and more expensive to organise this for the Speyside Way.

A number of local taxi companies offer Speyside way luggage transfer, but they. The Speyside Way is one of four official Long Distance Routes in Scotland (the others are the West Highland Way, the Southern Upland Way and the Great Glen Way). It was first opened into run from Spey Bay to Ballindalloch, with a spur to Tomintoul being added in A northern extension from Spey Bay to Buckie followed inwith.

The Speyside Way is one of Scotland’s Great Trails. It runs for 80 miles ( km) from the fishing port of Buckie to Aviemore in the foothills of the Cairngorms. Following the lovely valley of the River Spey, you walk through countryside rich in malt whisky and wildlife, along riverside paths, railway trackbed and forest Continued.

Walks Moray and the Speyside Way (Hallewell Pocket Walking Guides) by Peter Koch-Osborne (Aug) Paperback by Peter Koch-Osborne | Jan 1, Paperback. The Speyside Way trail follows the banks of the River Spey, often along disused railway lines as it makes its way from the sea to the Cairngorms National Park.

Following the banks of the River Spey, this is the easiest of our long distance hiking routes/5(17). The Speyside Way Overview. A 7 Day (8 Nights) Walk - Sea, Whisky and Mountains.

The Speyside Way - walk from the north sea to the Cairngorm Mountains with Make the Speyside Way, you will experience so much of what Scotland has to offer.

F inding accommodation on the Speyside Way in Scotland can be a tedious task. While the trail leads through an abundance of little towns and villages, not all of them offer a plethora of accommodation. This is a guide to the hotels, B&B, bunkhouses and hostels I recommend for a long-distance hike in Scotland – all my favourite Speyside Way.

Speyside Way Accommodation List (Hotels, B & Bs, Guest Houses, Bunkhouses) Please note - only the details of accommodation providers who have agreed to the terms of the Date Protection Act can be displayed via these pages.

Speyside Way staff do not book accommodation or transport - please book direct with the providers. Guidebook to Scotland's Speyside Way, a 66 mile walk which follows the River Spey from Aviemore to Buckie.

Divided into 10 stages, which range from 2 to 11 miles, the Speyside Way can be linked to the Dava Way and Moray Coast Trail, which are also described. Includes information on accommodation and a separate booklet ofmaps. The Speyside Way connects to the Moray Coast Trail at Buckie, and with the Dava Way at Grantown-on-Spey; with these two routes it is possible to walk a circuit (known as the 'Moray Way').

From Kincraig, the route also links to Fort William via the unofficial East Highland Way. THE CHALLENGE. The route is well waymarked throughout, following clear paths and tracks. Then why not come to Speyside Way for an Activity Holiday or short break, where you can relax and be exhilarated at the same time.

With professional guides, your safety their priority. Whatever your age or level of experience is, you can enjoy hill-walking, mountain biking, open canoeing, rock climbing, abseiling or indoor climbing. Speyside Way Paperback – January 1, by Alan Castle (author) (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings5/5(4).

The Speyside Way is generally flat and suitable for all the family but, there are two significant climbs – the shoulder of Ben Aigan (m) and the other over Carn Daimh (m) on the Tomintoul Spur. The destination of Aviemore is a delightful way to end the walk surrounded by beautiful scenery and an abundance of attractions for all ages /5(6).

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The Speyside Way is a wonderful long distance walk ranging from 65 miles to 92 miles. As you make your way south-west from Buckie towards Aviemore you cannot fail to be impressed by the fantastic landscape in this whisky distilling region of North East Scotland.

Speyside Way. The Speyside Way opened in and offers spectacular scenery in a region of Northeast Scotland famed for its Whisky Distilleries. It is a scenic walk along riverside tracks and through pinewoods, with plenty of opportunity to sample the local malt whiskies along the way.

The costs of extra nights during your Speyside Way Whisky Trail hiking tour start from £70 per person per night and from £80 for single hikers who will have their own private room.

Please note that if you book any extra nights in a location not included in your tour itinerary, you will have to make your own arrangements to transfer your bags 10/10(2).

The Speyside Way links the sea at Buckie with the Cairngorms at Aviemore and at main path between Buckie and Aviemore is 65 miles long and tends to follow the course of the River Spey.

There are also two spurs off the main path, of 15 miles to Tomintoul and of 4. The Speyside Way walk is 80 miles from Spey Bay and Buckie to Aviemore, passing through beautiful landscape and the heartland of the Scottish whisky industry to the Cairngorms.

This guide gives an introduction to the region and the trail, and includes the official Harvey's map, which concentrates on the many features on and around the route.

Speyside Way Ultra Marathon, Buckie. 1, likes 10 talking about this. A stunning 37 mile ultra marathon through whisky country. This event follows .Map of Scotland's Speyside Way, a 66 mile walk which follows the River Spey from Aviemore to Buckie and can be linked to the Dava Way and Moray Coast Trail.

This booklet is included with the Cicerone guidebook to the trail, and shows the full route on Ordnance Surveymaps.Extra Nights & Rest Days An extra night is a wonderful way to extend your holiday.

Consider an extra night in Craigellachie if you would like to visit the Macallan Distillery or the Speyside Cooperage, which makes oak whisky casks, or follow the 4-mile (km) 'Dufftown Spur' to the Glenfiddich Distillery, Balvenie Castle and the delightful little town of Dufftown, the 'Malt .