Can you cycle the Dava Way?
Can you cycle the Dava Way?
Cycling. The Dava Way is a great off-road cycling route. While it is rough in places, the surface is firm for most of the route. The route takes about four hours, including a break, to allow for a pleasant day’s cycling with time to enjoy the views.
Can you cycle the Moray Way?
The Moray Way The routes are designed to be easy paced, level cycling, meandering through the peaceful Moray countryside and along quiet roads around the main towns. A great route to complete over 2 days.
Can you cycle the Moray Coastal Trail?
Suitable for all types of bikes. Some sections are suitable for walking and horse riding. Good surfacing through out, combining a mixture of gravel paths, tarmac paths, and public road sections.
Where does the Dava Way start in Grantown?
Granton-on-Spey town centre
Starting from Granton-on-Spey town centre, take the road leading towards the camping and caravan park. The route can also be joined at various points along its length, including Dunphail and at Dava although there is only limited parking.
Where can I camp in the Dava Way?
camping sites near Dava Way
- Grantown on Spey Caravan Park 8.3.
- Glenmore Camping & Caravan Site.
- Dalraddy Holiday Park 8.4.
- Speyside Gardens Caravan Park 8.5.
- Oakwood Caravan & Camping Park 8.1.
- Cullodon Moor Club Site 8.3.
- Rothiemurchus Campsite 7.9.
- Rothiemurchus Camping & Caravan Park 7.9.
How long is Moray way?
A Diverse Walk in Scotland’s Stunning North East The Moray Way combines the Dava Way, the Moray Coast Trail, and the Speyside Way to form a wonderful 95-mile circular route which incorporates a wide variety of Scotland’s unique landscapes and wildlife.
How long does it take to climb Ben Aigan?
Ben Aigan is best known locally as the hill with the big TV transmitter on the subsidiary summit of Knockmore. The forestry roads and tracks provide a varied circular route that will take you about three hours and to the summit of one of the highest hills in the area.
How long does it take to climb Ben rinnes?
around 2-3 hours
Being the tallest mountain in the Moray region, the hike up Ben Rinnes will allow you to see some of the most beautiful views in the area. This is a 7.5km round trip hike that takes around 2-3 hours depending on your fitness levels.
How long does Speyside Way take?
approximately 65 miles
The Speyside Way runs from Buckie on the shore of the Moray Firth coast of NE Scotland, south-westwards to Aviemore on the edge of the Cairngorm Mountains, a distance of approximately 65 miles. There is also a 15-mile spur to Tomintoul. Click here to see a map of the route, and a mileage chart (PDF).
Where do you park for Ben rinnes?
Locate Ben Rinnes There is parking in a tarmacced lay-by some 400 yds from the B9009 junction. The footpath is then accessed via a gateway where you can find information about the Friends and how to join us. There is also a donations box. All donations gratefully recieved & will go towards the upkeep of the path.
How hard is Ben rinnes?
Discover this 4.8-mile out-and-back trail near Aberlour, Moray. Generally considered a challenging route, it takes an average of 3 h 16 min to complete. This trail is great for hiking, trail running, and walking.
How long does it take to walk Speyside Way?
How long does it take to walk the Speyside Way? It took us 6 days to walk from Aviemore to Buckie, but I’m sure you could do it in 5 if you’re up for a challenge. If you want to also walk the Tomintoul Spur (15 miles/24 km) or the Dufftown Loop (9 miles/14.5 km), add a couple of days to accommodate for the detours.
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Who owns Ben Rinnes?
Its most famous owner was Alexander Edward who was a partner in Craigellachie distillery, owned Aultmore, Dallas Dhu and was for a time co-owner of Oban [see Craigellachie]. The Edward family sold the distillery (which had caught fire in 1896) to John Dewar in 1922. It is now part of the Diageo stable.
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How do you pronounce ledaig?
As pointed out in the video above Ledaig is not pronounced Lead ache or Led Egg but Led chig. Although not actually a distillery – it’s Tobermory’s peated expression – this one gets in for the sheer number of times it’s mispronounced.
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