Long Distance Paths
Use the links and the map on this page to discover specific longer distance paths. These give access across Moray which is rich in natural and historic heritage.
The Speyside Way needs no introduction, being an official Long Distance Route running from Aviemore through Moray to Buckie.
The Moray Coast Trail joins with the Speyside way and links Findhorn with Cullen along the spectacular and rugged Moray Coastline passing through a variety of attractive harbour villages and towns.
The Dava Way links historical medieval Forres with Grantown and the Cairngorms National Park following the route of an old railway.
The Isla Way connects the two Whisky distilling towns of Dufftown and Keith. A Journey made easier if the parallel working heritage railway is used.
Make your visit to Moray a memorable one and follow one of our Longer Distance Paths.
Remember general public access rights apply to most of the paths in Moray but this should be taken responsibly in accordance with the Scottish Outdoor Access Code. Some of the routes pass along public roads so take care in proximity to moving traffic particularly if children are in your party. Respect the needs of other access users and those that make a living from the countryside. Stout footwear is essential as parts of the routes can be rough and wet. Waterproof clothing is advised to be carried due to the unpredictable nature of the scottish weather.
Most of the paths are signed and waymarked so are easy to follow. Nevertherless a 1:50000(or larger scale) OS map would be useful.