Aberlour – River Spey North Bank

This circular route crosses the River Spey at the Victoria Bridge and follows tracks through beautiful wooded countryside. There are some long moderate inclines. There is a flight of cast iron steps to negotiate getting on to the bridge from the car park, making it unsuitable for wheelchairs and buggies.

  • Accessibility: Accessible for all with care

    May be suitable for wheelchairs and buggies with care if joined from the highest point near 'Bridge of Lodges'

  • Terrain: Varied surfaces

    Estate tracks, short tarred section.

  • Gradient: Mixed gradient

    Long moderately steep incline / decline.

  • Barriers: Some barriers

    Steps onto the bridge.

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Start – Aberlour Car Park

1. From the car park, turn left and walk over the suspension bridge ( Note there is a flight of steps at the south end of the bridge).

2. Bear right and follow the road up the hill and round, turning left at the junction.

3. Follow the road back down towards the river, bearing left at Laundry Cottage and rejoining the road by the Boat House.

4. Recross the bridge back to the car park.


Moray Council Outdoor Access Manager