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Stretching the legs in a time of the virus.

Stretching the legs in a time of the virus.


Postby gaffr » Sat Apr 25, 2020 10:14 am

Date walked: 25/04/2020

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I have been using my bike more recently to exercise. Several routes on the edge of the Cairngorms using the minimum of time on tarred roads. A mixture of prepared cycle tracks eg beside the dualled A9 and the Loggers track beside the road between Aviemore and Glenmore along with Forest tracks, Estate tracks and old paths.
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The round trip home to home.
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I guess that the tree was there before the cabin was built.
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looking back on the original path above the Spey prior to Kincraig. There are several options here now with the coming of the Badenoch Way and now the Speyside Way reaching Kincraig.
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