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map of the Dava Way Trail from Forres to Grantown

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Maps of the Dava Way

Section route maps
Grantown to Dava  | Dava to Dunphail  | Dunphail to Forres
Maps for the start and finish
Forres  | Grantown-on-Spey

To help you enjoy your day out walking or cycling along the Dava Way we have prepared maps of the route as detailed below. For convenience the trail is split into three sections. Printable versions of the maps as Adobe Acrobat pdf files are available on our downloads page. A description of each section is also available and can be viewed on our trail pages.
Alternative maps
There are schematic maps for each of the three sections of the Dava Way available from the Morayways website.

Street map of Forres

It is about 1½ miles from the centre of Forres to the start of the Dava Way path on the southern outskirts. Go to map with instructions.
There are several car parks near the centre of Forres but only on street parking by the start of the Dava Way.

Street map of Grantown-on-Spey

It is about ½ mile from The Square in Grantown to Dulicht Bridge where the Dava Way starts. Go to map with instructions.
There is car parking in the centre of Grantown-on-Spey but none at the start of the Dava Way.

Section maps of the Dava Way path between Grantown-on-Spey and Dava

Southern section between Grantown and Dava settlement.

This 8 mile section leaves Grantown, rising through the valley of the Allt an Fhithich burn to cross Dava Moor. Go to Ordance Survey style map.
(The Dava Way is marked as a green line.)

Central section between Dava settlement and Dunphail

This 6½ mile section takes you through remote country around the Knock of Braemoray, over the impressive Divie viaduct and to the picnic area at Dunphail. Go to Ordance Survey style map.
(The Dava Way is marked as a green line.)

Northern section between Dunphail and Forres

This 8 mile section drops down towards the Moray Firth passing through picturesque farmland and woodland.Go to Ordance Survey style map.
(The Dava Way is marked as a green line.)