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    Moray Coast Trail (2ed): with Dava and Moray Ways

    £12.99
    Guidebook to the Moray Coast Trail with 44 miles of beach walking, coastal paths, quiet roads and old railways, with views across coves, beaches and skerries to the Moray Firth and North Sea. Also covers the Dava Way which covers 23 miles inland with vistas of mountain, moorland and farmland. Contains mapping at 1:40,000 and 75 colour photos.
    ISBN: 9781898481980
    AuthorSandra Bardwell
    Pub Date04/03/2021
    BindingPaperback
    Pages72
    Availability: In Stock

    This guidebook describes two contrasting routes in north-east Scotland: the Moray Coast Trail from Forres to Cullen, and the Dava Way, an inland route from Grantown to Forres. The Moray Coast Trail consists of 44 miles of beach walking, coastal paths, quiet roads and old railway. The Dava Way extends for 23 miles inland with vistas of mountain, moorland and farmland. We also introduce the Moray Way, a concept combining most of the above two routes with part of the Speyside Way to form a 95-mile circuit of considerable beauty and historical interest.



    Here is all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday on and around the Moray Firth:





    detailed description of the Moray Coast Trail from west to east, and Dava Way from south to north
    summaries of distance, terrain and refreshments for each section
    details of visitor attractions and side-trips
    richly illustrated habitats and wildlife
    planning information for travel by car, bus and plane
    contacts for accommodation
    maps showing both routes at 1:40,000
    in full colour, with 75 photographs
    rucksack-friendly and on rainproof paper.

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    This guidebook describes two contrasting routes in north-east Scotland: the Moray Coast Trail from Forres to Cullen, and the Dava Way, an inland route from Grantown to Forres. The Moray Coast Trail consists of 44 miles of beach walking, coastal paths, quiet roads and old railway. The Dava Way extends for 23 miles inland with vistas of mountain, moorland and farmland. We also introduce the Moray Way, a concept combining most of the above two routes with part of the Speyside Way to form a 95-mile circuit of considerable beauty and historical interest.



    Here is all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday on and around the Moray Firth:





    detailed description of the Moray Coast Trail from west to east, and Dava Way from south to north
    summaries of distance, terrain and refreshments for each section
    details of visitor attractions and side-trips
    richly illustrated habitats and wildlife
    planning information for travel by car, bus and plane
    contacts for accommodation
    maps showing both routes at 1:40,000
    in full colour, with 75 photographs
    rucksack-friendly and on rainproof paper.