Category Archives: The Dava Way

The Dava Way stretches 38 kilometres from Grantown-on-Spey to Forres. Mostly following the line of the old Highland Railway Line, it provides traffic-free walking taking in a variety of scenery from the Spey at Grantown, through the bleak exposed moorlands around Dava and then through the softer landscapes landscapes of Moray around Forres.

So What Happens Now?

This Easter sees me finally handover my fundraising to two charities. I will have raised in excess of £4000 including Gift Aid, with over £2500 going to Moray Women’sAid and the rest to WaterAid. After a year of walking well over … Continue reading

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A Step Too Far

After a period of relatively little walking (practically none of any real distance since Feshiebridge last December) the opportunity came for a few of us to go for one final “long walk” before we head off to the Sahara in … Continue reading

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Defeating the Dava

The Dava Way has been the topic of walk conversations for a wee while now. It has cropped up in various guises, as a part walk, as a split (B&B or camp midway) option, even do it all in one day. Now … Continue reading

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