The Speyside Way

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Cicerone Press, Sep 8, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
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This is the first walking guide to combine the official Speyside Way, in the Moray region of north-central and north-eastern Scotland, and its prologue routes from the source of the River Spey, making a 118-mile route from the Monadhliath Mountains to the coast at Buckie. The connecting routes the Dava Way and the Moray Coast Trail are also described, as well as the Moray Way - a combination of the three long distance trails in the Moray region. The routes pass several world renowned whisky distilleries, and the book contains lots of information on the production of Scotland's national drink and the history of its famous distilleries. Information is also included for mountain bikers, who can follow several stretches of the routes. The book makes for a perfect week's holiday walking, and is written by an established author who has trekked and cycled in over 30 countries across 5 continents.

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Alan Castle has trekked and cycled in over thirty countries across five continents and led European walking holidays. A member of the British Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild and former National Secretary of the Long Distance Walkers Association, he has written 18 guidebooks, many for Cicerone. He lives at the foot of the Moffat Hills, in the heart of the Scottish Southern Uplands.

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