Follow in our Footsteps

Moray is a beautiful and vibrant county with plenty to offer the visitor and resident alike.

We like to take some time out to walk or cycle around part of the county and publish our findings here.

Hopefully with this feature as a guide, you will be inspired to follow in our Footsteps and enjoy some of the treats that Moray has to offer.


Cullen to Findlater Castle

Moray-LifeThis walk offered some stunning views but was quite a bit harder than I expected. People have mentioned it to me in the past and said it’s a reasonably easy jaunt along the beach and I’ve fancied it for some time so on Saturday I took my family, including my grandchildren, over to Cullen with the promise of dark castles, dungeons and possibly dragons gold.

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Spey Bay to Garmouth

Moray-LifeThe entire walk had some amazing opportunities to observe the local wildlife, from seals and dolphins in and around the estuary to some great birdlife and squirrels further inland.

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Logie Steading to Randolph's Leap

Moray-LifeAn excellent short walk of about 2 miles alongside the River Findhorn near Forres. The walk is not particularly difficult with the option to use some steeper rockier paths for the more adventurous.

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Hidden Cove Picnic

Moray-LifeThe hidden cove is a great place to take the kids and there is plenty to do, including rock pools and even a cave. The ability to park so close means that it is accessible, even to those who don't like to walk too far.

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Dufftown to Craigellachie

Moray-LifeThe Dufftown to Craigellachie walk is a little over 5 miles long and is a relatively easy route to follow. For the most part it uses the old railway line alongside the River Fiddich and the track surface alternates between grass and dust with regular rougher areas due to some larger stones on the surface.

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