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A great coastal walk taking in old fishing villages, picturesque harbours, disused railway and viaduct, historical buildings alongside the natural beauty of a wide sandy bay, striking rock formations, sea birds and the possibility of seeing dolphins offshore.
A presentation in pictures by Norman Thomson, whose ‘Moray Way Companion’ is due to appear in bookshops in July.
Take a leisurely walk along the Moray Coast with outdoor photographer Kim Grant. Learn how to mindfully tune the world around you and capture beautiful photographs as you do so
A medium length, flat, circular walk exploring a range of habitats and ecosystems as well as looking at some historical features and opportunistic wildlife spotting.
A demanding, mostly pathless but short (11 miles) hill-run in the heart of Glenfiddich/Blackwater; ground not often trodden.
A 25 mile self-navigated challenge walk from Elgin to Findhorn, finishing with a beach BBQ
There are local walking groups to suit all abilities in Moray – whether it’s a short sociable stroll in the park, or bagging Monros. This drop-in session will have representatives …
This is a taster walk for people interested in taking part in Walk Moray Health Walks.
This will be an easy walk, starting and finishing in central Forres, taking in Grant Park, Sanquhar Loch and Woods.
A taster walk for people who are interested in joining the North of Scotland Long Distance Walkers Association. Come along and meet some of our regular members on a tour around Forres.
A Soundwalk Through History: Encounter the hidden stories of Picts, Jacobites, and Water Beasties that creates an intriguing walking and listening experience.
A guided walk around the remains of the largest Cistercian Monastery in the North of Scotland, including the Abbot’s House, which is not usually accessible.
The coast provides lots of inspiration for your nature writing. This route involves a gentle stroll and nature writing workshop along Burghead’s beautiful coastline.
Join us as we go for a gentle walk around the beautiful Gordon Castle Estate. We'll stop off along the way for some mindful moments and learn about the importance of regular nature connection practice.
A gentle circumnavigation of routes ancient and modern from Forres. Free for members of the Moray Way Association. Moray Wastebusters are inviting us to drop in for a little surprise.
A botanist guided walk in Culbin forest to celebrate local woman scientist, Mary McCallum Webster, including time to hear her story, from Mary Byatt, co-author of 'Women of Moray'.
Learn about the natural medicines, foods, useful woods and more on this gentle walk in a lovely community woodland.
A delightful, scenic, circular scenic walk that explores the western side of the River Findhorn Gorge using forest tracks and fishermen's paths.
An engaging, informative, circular seven-mile walk around and about Forres with glimpses of the town's past.
An evening walk into Blackwater Lodge from Dorenell Visitor Centre to learn about the natural and cultural history of the area. Bring along a picnic to eat near Blackwater Lodge.
Join outdoor photographer Kim Grant for an evening sunset walk through Roseisle Forest and beach, while learning to capture the world around you on camera.
Learning to see the world around us and capturing beautiful close-up photographs.
A linear walk with Dorenell Ranger Service linking Glenfiddich lodge and Blackwater Lodge, finishing at the Dorenell Visitor Centre.
An exceptional heritage walk with local writer Rob Wallen around Garmouth & Kingston.
This spectacular 6-mile circular walk features the River Findhorn and the Dava Way along and farm and forest tracks.