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NATIONAL TRAILS SCOTLAND

GREAT GLEN WAY

Length: 127 km (79 miles)
IVV Event Stamps: 6
Location Northern Scotland
Start and Finish: Fort William to Inverness.
Landscape: Following the Great Glen,a geological fault line between Fort William and Inverness. The area encompasses some of the best known landmarks in Scotland including Ben Nevis, Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle. The Glen is a significant tourist attraction and major route through the Highlands, between east and west.
For more information visit the Great Glen Way Official Site.

SPEYSIDE WAY

Length: 135 km (84 miles)
IVV Event Stamps: 6
Location: Northwest Scotland
Start and Finish: Buckie on the shore of the Moray Firth to Aviemore on the edge of the Cairngorm Mountains
Landscape: The route takes you through open coastlands, farm and forest in the Spey valley, and over high mountain passes towards the wilderness of the Cairngorm Mountains.
For more information visit the Speyside Way Official Site.

WEST HIGHLAND WAY

Length: 154 km (96 miles)
IVV Event Stamps: 7
Location: Western Lowlands and Southern Highlands.
Start and Finish: Milngavie to Fort William
Landscape: Passing through a wide range of different terrains, ranging from lowland moors, through dense woodland and rolling hills, to high mountainous regions.
For more information visit the West Highland Way Official Site

SOUTHERN UPLAND WAY

Length: 341 km (212 miles)
IVV Event Stamps: 17
Location: Southern Scotland
Start and Finish: Portpatrick to Cockburnspath
Landscape: The Southern Uplands are a series of gently rolling hills with occasional rocky outcrops. There are no summits above 3000ft (914m), but over 80 rise above 2000ft (610m), offering some fine hill walking.
For more information visit the Southern Upland Way Official Site.