Path Networks accessible from the Speyside Way
Why not extend your visit to Speyside by enjoying the path networks round some of our lovely towns and villages?
A network of local paths has been developed to allow you to enjoy and explore the local area and in particular to provide a viewpoint over the River Spey.
he Glenlivet Estate, which belongs to the Crown, has both an extensive network of paths and tracks and a Community Path network around the village of Tomintoul itself.
Grantown-on-Spey has an extensive community path network in the Anagach Woods between the town and the River Spey.
Nethy Bridge - 'Explore Abernethy'
A network of 7 waymarked woodland trails and a riverside all abilities trail provide a great opportunity to discover the natural beauty and cultural history of the area. The paths, which centre on Nethy Bridge and link with the Speyside Way, are generally low level with a minimal gradient and average 5km in length.
More information is available from the ranger, based in the Explore Abernethy Room, Nethy Bridge Community Centre (Easter to October) and outdoor information point opposite the centre.
Tel: 01479 821565, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Boat of Garten
The Community Council has set up as its Millenium Project a network of way-marked footpaths in and around the village