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Backpacking Walking the East Highland Way

Most people will be familiar with the West Highland Way, but did you know it's possible to continue in similar style for another 82 miles? Running from Fort William to Aviemore, the East Highland Way is just as spectacular as its more popular forebear, says Cecilia Mariani, but way less busy.

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