The Speyside Way is a 106 km walking route in Scotland, from the Moray coastal town of Buckie to Aviemore in the heart of the Cairngorm Mountains. It follows the verdant valley of the River Spey, winding its way through Aberlour, Grantown on Spey and Fochabers, past several whisky distilleries.
The Speyside Way is split into eight sections of similar character, which can be tackled on their own or added together. Most of the route is fairly easy going, though the spur to Tomintoul is more hilly. Parts of the route can be done by bike. The Moray Council Countryside Ranger Service, based in the Visitor Centre in Aberlour, can provide information for the whole route.
For accommodation along the Speyside Way see our Accommodation section. Several of the accommodation providers will provide transport to and from the trail heads.
For other walks in the Greater Speyside area see the excellent Walk Highlands website and search under Moray and Cairngorms & Aviemore.