East Highland Way
The East Highland Way is one of Scotland’s newest long distance walks which traverses the beautiful landscapes between Fort William – the outdoor capital of the UK – and Aviemore in the stunning Cairngorms National Park. The route connects some of Scotland's existing long distance walks - the West Highland Way, Great Glen Way, and Speyside Way - making it a great opportunity to combine two or more long distance trails.

The route leaves Fort William on forested tracks, with a wide variety of woodland along the trail and plenty of open sections for you to enjoy the terrific views over the Central Highlands. You’ll find the remains of the ancient Caledonian Pinewood Inshriach forest nestled between the Rothiemurchus and Glen Feshie estates, as well as the largest freshwater sandy beach in Britain on the shores of Loch Laggan. The East Highland Way is a must for anyone who wishes to discover the real flavour of the Highlands of Scotland.
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