If you thought Moray was all about Whisky, you’d be wrong! There is no doubting that Moray has the most famous whisky trail in Scotland, but there is so much more on offer!
There are no shortage of walking trails in Moray. The Moray Coastal Trail is a 50 mile stretch of beach, track, scenery and wildlife, which can be tackled in short spurts! The Speyside Way is 65 miles of cross country which can be enjoyed on foot, horse-back or cycle! If you prefer a slightly shorter route (a mere 13 miles!) then the new Isla Way is a cycle or walking route, linking the famous distillery towns of Dufftown and Keith. A wee dram may be in order at the end of your journey!
For families or ramblers, the Dava Way offers 22 miles of pathway, mainly along an old disused railway line. Most can be done with an off-road buggy, however, there are 17 gates but no stiles. Lots of opportunity for wildlife spotting and picnic stops!