Walking and hiking
The Speyside Way
Departs Stirling station 9am. Returns to Stirling station 7pm.
The Speyside Way first opened in 1981 running from Spey Bay to Ballindalloch, with a spur being added to Tomintoul in 1990. A recent northern extension takes the route to Buckie (east of Spey Bay) and in 2000 the route has finally been completed to stretch to Aviemore and the foot of the Cairngorms. This is Scotch Whisky Country and at some point along the way we will stop off for a dram! The walking is fairly gentle our trek following the main route from Aviemore to Buckie (a distance of some 65 miles).
Day 1: Buckie to Fochabers (10 Miles)
Day 2: Fochabers to Charlestown of Aberlour (14 miles)
Day 3: Charlestown of Aberlour to Mains of Dalvey (15 miles)
Day 4: Mains of Dalvey to Nethy-bridge (15 miles)
Day 5: Nethy-bridge to Aviemore (11 miles)
Long Distance Paths / Treks
These are particularly suited to those who do not have much walking experience in Scotland. The holidays consist of 5 - 7 days walking across the heart of the Scottish Highlands encompassing the best scenery on offer. The all inclusive packages include luggage transfer by mini-bus, all meals, experienced guides and quality accommodation. If walkers require a rest day / half day they can simply travel in the support vehicle. (Grade 1 or 2). Packed lunches also included in price.
Lomond Walking Holidays
Tel / Fax: +44 (0)1786 870456 (24HRS)
Kirkhill Cottage, 5 Burnside, Kippen, Stirlingshire, FK 8 3EF.
¦ Cape Wrath Trail
¦ Coast to Coast ¦ Great
Glen Way ¦ Island Explorations ¦ Rob
Roy Way ¦
Design & Logo © Biggar-Net 1997 - 2003;
Photographs & Content © Lomond Walking Holidays 1997 - 2003.