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This is a signed cycle route from Burghead to Cullen, linking the coastal communities. Explore the dramatic landscapes from rugged cliffs to sweeping shores, sheltered coves to fishertown harbours. Visitors are drawn by the resident bottlenose dolphi...

National Cycle Route 1: This is part of the National Cycle Network, Route 1 and is signed from Aberdeen to Inverness and beyond to John O'Groats....

The Lein is the name given to this area of massive shingle beaches the largest in Scotland that run west of the mouth of the River Spey. They are part of a Scottish Wildlife Trust reserve and offer good dolphin-spotting. Ospreys also fish the river...

One of the feature routes on the Moray Equestrian Access Group's website. Click on the MEAG Website link below or download the Horse Riding Routes in Moray Leaflet for route details and other exciting opportunities across Moray....

Distance 1 mile (short version) Target time 20 - 30 minutes This walk follows the old railway track from Garmouth over the River Spey viaduct, with great views over the golf course to the sea at Kingston. It is part of the National Cycle Network and...

Target time 15-25 minutes This circular walk is part of the Lhanbryde Paths Network. There are a variety of walking surfaces on this walk, including dirt paths, grass verges and pavements, which make it unsuitable for wheelchairs and buggies. There ...

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