The Speyside Way, one of Scotland's Great Trails, runs from the Moray Coast to Aviemore. Following the arteries of the old railway lines and passing through the heart of whisky country, this trail is a must for those seeking the taste of the Highlands. The planned extension will fulfill the long held aspiration to complete the route to Newtonmore.
Speyside Way Extension
The Speyside Way Extension from Aviemore to Ardgeal near Loch Insh has been completed.
This is a shared use path for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
There are a small number of short yet steep ascents/descents on the route. Please be considerate to other users and moderate your speed on descents and corners.
There are a small number gates on the route. Please be considerate to our land managers and ensure the gates are closed after use.
The new route is included in the new Harvey’s Speyside Way (Kincraig to Buckie) Map.
The CNPA continues to work in partnership with SUSTRANS Scotland to improve the Speyside Way. The main focus going forward is to make the Grantown to Nethybridge section more cycle friendly and to deliver the Ardgeal to Insh section of the extension.