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The town of Newtonmore lies almost right in the center of the large and lovely nation of Scotland and thus it can be said that Newtonmore is at the "heart" of Scotland as well as the Highlands. With a population of barely around a thousand people one definitely can't say that Newtonmore is in league with a place like Glasgow or Edinburgh but size isn't the only factor in what makes a town important and essential to the country in which it is located. One must remember that the Highlands is evocative of what truly makes Scotland so esteemed and beloved because it is in the Highlands that one can find some of the most stunning examples of beauty in the gorgeous nation. Scotland, for all its large and influential cities, is first and foremost thought of as one of the loveliest places in the world and thus Newtonmore is the perfect place in which to get an idea of the beauty of Scotland.
For one, Newtonmore is located within the Cairngorms. For the uninitiated, the Cairngorms is the largest national park in the entire United Kingdom and easily among the most visually stunning. It is here that we find the lovely burg of Newtonmore resting above the River Spey, another incredibly jaw-dropping piece of eye candy. One could even go as far as to argue that, were Newtonmore to have a higher population and more urban features, the place would be less beautiful with the increased amount of human elements. At any rate, Newtonmore also offers its sparse smattering of residents another incredible view: The Monadhliath Mountains. This breathtaking range allows every part of the town to have a backdrop that looks like a living, breathing postcard and, not surprisingly, tourists flock to Newtonmore regularly in the hopes of taking on some of the crags and cliffs of this impressive natural behemoth.
It isn't only mountain climbers who visit Newtonmore, however. One of the most beloved activities in the town is that of walking. This perhaps more than anything reveals the stately grandeur of the area: The most rewarding practice is simply that of taking a stroll and viewing the beautiful sights. The famous Wildcat Trail in Newtonmore is among the most popular of the many trails around the town and it provides great views of the many lovely trees in the area including birch, alder, and larch trees. The Speyside Way is another great trail that takes spectators through all the great stopping points and leads right on to the stunning Monadhliath Mountains. Not surprisingly, Newtonmore is referred to as the "walking centre of Scotland" but one needn't simply walk when on the trails. Plenty of joggers and cyclists also like to take advantage of these incredible trails and, though walking will provide the longest possible time to lay eyes on the many great visages, the fact remains that people simply can't help but enjoy their time on the beautiful trails in Newtonmore no matter how they go about completing them.
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