Glenallachie Circuit

Meet at the Speyside Visitor Centre at 2 pm to begin a circular walk of 3 miles (4.5km), mainly on quiet minor roads.

A steep ascent initially from the Visitor Centre (the highest point is 150 metres) is followed by easy walking once we reach the Shean or Fairy Knowe where the Fairmer o Hatton spent a year and a day with the Fairy folk who lived there,

Bring outdoor clothing and a sturdy boots or walking shoes Should you wish to bring a drink and a light snack, here are many places to rest and admire the fine views of Ben Rinnes and the Conval Hills.

This walk is suitable for all ages and abilities.

Meet: Speyside Visitor Centre, Old Station Building, Aberlour AB38 9QP
Duration: 3 hours
Distance: 3 miles (4.5km)
Difficulty: 2 (Easy+)
Bring: A drink and light snack.
Sturdy boots or walking shoes are recommended.

Mon 19 Jun 17, 14:00 - 17:00 at Speyside Visitor Centre, Aberlour

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Tue 20 Jun 17, 14:00 - 17:00 at Speyside Visitor Centre, Aberlour

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Tel: 01340 881724
Mobile: 07484280626

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Meet at the Speyside Visitor Centre at 2 pm
Happy ladies on the Shean or 'Fairy Knoll'
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