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Aviemore to Edinburgh Castle cycle track GPX/KML

Overall Track Difficulty: Easy
Area Information:
Edinburgh to Aviemore is about 125 miles Edinburgh is a capital city in Scotland, it is located in Lothian, on the Firth of Forth's southern shore, on this route you will find ancient castles, glistening sandy beaches and a turbulent heritage that has captured the imaginations of thousands of people.
First Stage Difficulty: Easy
First Stage Information:
Heading North, Pitlochry is located less than 90 miles from Edinburgh, travel on the A9, this is the main route for buses, coaches and cars. There's an excellent mix of things to do in and around Pitlochry, Explore the countryside, visit Blair Athol Distillery standing at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. The Distillery produces a 12 Year Old Single Malt Whisky, with a mellow deep-toned aroma, a strong fruity flavour and a smooth finish.
Second Stage Image List: Edinburgh 1Edinburgh 10Edinburgh 11Edinburgh 12Edinburgh 13Edinburgh 14Edinburgh 15Edinburgh 2Edinburgh 3Edinburgh 4Edinburgh 5Edinburgh 6Edinburgh 7Edinburgh 8Edinburgh 9
Second Stage Difficulty: Easy
Second Stage Information:
Climbing out of Pitlochry through the lovely little villages of Moulin, Straloch and Kirkmichael with stunning views changing at every turn through Perthshire followed by smooth descents and climbs through the moorland looking onto Glenshee and the Cairngorms, to Braemar and on to Ballater along the road to Gairnshiel Lodge up and over to Colnabaichin a stunning view of the next section of road sweeping up, up and up to the Lecht Ski Centre, then a fast descent into Tomintoul and Glenlivet.
Third Stage Difficulty: Easy
Third Stage Information:
Then follow the route to Nethy Bridge and then Aviemore!! Aviemore is a town and tourist resort, it is just off the A9 main trunk road from the South to Inverness and beyond, situated within the Cairngorms National Park in the Highlands of Scotland. With Badenoch and Strathspey being within the Highland council area. The town is popular for skiing and other winter sports, and for hill-walking in the Cairngorm Mountains.
  • Edinburgh to Aviemore is about 125 miles

Edinburgh is a capital city in Scotland, it is located in Lothian, on the Firth of Forth's southern shore, on this route you will find ancient castles, glistening sandy beaches and a turbulent heritage that has captured the imaginations of thousands of people.

 

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Min Elevation
1 m
Total Distance
203.66 km
Max Elevation
463 m
Total Time
20h 22m 45s
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2027 m
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2160 m
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1711
Max Speed
3.6 m/s
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Average Speed
2.78 m/s
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