Walks and Trails 

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A part of Green Health Week we are running two guided heritage walks this Sunday (22nd May) led by Bill Sadler and Blair Johnston, Park Ranger.  One is at 11.00 in morning for an hour - a leisurely and informative stroll down to the river, through the woods and back through the Park.  Its fairly easy going though good footwear and outer wear would be needed.  The second starting at 6.30 is a two hour walk as for the morning but extended to return along part of the railway line and stopping as before to look at points of interest along the way.Both of these start at the edge of Anagach Wood at the top of the Military road just past the RAF Centre.  

We shall have available the Equal Adventure “All Terrain Buggy” either self-drive or managed, for anyone who wishes to join but would feel uncomfortable or unable to walk all the way and would welcome a new and exciting experience.  There is but one place on each walk  so prior booking for the Buggy is essential.  contact Bill on 07709270044 or email justbill2015@gmail.com

Walks, tours and Trails Forum: Friday March 18th.  To read the report 

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  Grantown Heritage Plaques   for further information on any plaque just click on its button

       The town trail map (below)will help you find the heritage plaques in Grantown as the numbers on the map give an idication of each plaques location.              Number 21 is the Grantown Museum which will give further information on the "Town of Grant"

Also below you can find out how to  follow the trail using your smart phone.  It is a simple orienteering map with thanks to the Badenoch and Stratshpey Orienteering Club.

GTT_Points.pdf GTT_Points.pdf
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Click on GTT_Points for an orienteering map showing the locations of all the plaques. 

GTT_MapRun.pdf GTT_MapRun.pdf
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Click on the GTT_MapRun for instructions to help you follow the trail and find all the plaques.

 Bird Watching and Wildlife Club: Walks from Grantown.  With thanks to the Grant Arms Hotel
Walks from C. J. Halliday's Place names around Grantown-on -Spey

From "Place Names Around Grantown-on-Spey" by C.J. Halliday: a set of well researched and interesting walks, including some 'off the beaten track'.

The Grantown Society Heritage Walks

A woodland Heritage Walk       presentation - powerpoint, map and notes.

A Health and Welfare  Heritage Walk.  Details and photos.

A Virtual Heritage Round of Brewers, Distillers and Purveyors of Fine Drink  

Information on Flora and Fauna (under construction)
Short video Heritage walks with John Halliday
Glen Beg with John Halliday.mp4 Glen Beg with John Halliday.mp4
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Huntly's Cave with John Halliday.mp4 Huntly's Cave with John Halliday.mp4
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Long Distance Walks
Other Local Published Walks and Guides

Since Victorian Times Grantown has promoted its many freely accessible walks.  One 1930's guidebook provided the following map. The text from the guide is added here also for extra information

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