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 mouth in summer.
- Unsuitable for wheelchairs and buggies
Terrain: Coastal tracks
Generally good level shingle and earth paths though some sections may be undulating and slippery in the wet. The section to the Bin Hill is steep.
Gradient: Short steep sections
If you choose to climb to the top of the Bin Hill the path is steep.
Barriers: Some barriers
There are height restrictive barriers in place at the car park and the start of the path. If red flags are raised at the rifle range path users must not proceed into this area.
- Fully signed