Max transport gap >20km
A 140km walk between Newtonmore and Buckie.
The route follows the course of the River Spey, and the coast east of Spey Bay. Public transport links (22 locations, 1 matrix) are available at key staging points, though with a 29km gap south of Aberlour. There is a link trail (which does not qualify as a Green Walk) between Tomintoul and Cragganmore. Elgin is a good base station for the northern section, as is Aviemore in the south; the central section has relatively infrequent services which follow the valley.
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