Having recently retired we’re planning on upping our walking game so we started with a two night stay in Newtonmore,from where we did this walk . This is a really enjoyable, well marked ( for us ,this is a BIG selling point !) walk with great views. The path along the long is lovely, made all the more so by the sight of two red deer skipping through the heather-perfect.
There is also the most perfect picnic spot at the end of stage three - pity we hadn’t brought a picnic ! Will definitely be packing one next time .
This is one we will do again with friends in the future.
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