A circular walk starting in the Pictish Fort town of Burghead and passing through farmland and rocky shores, with stunning views of the Moray Firth along the ridge of Clarkly Hill.
- Unsuitable for wheelchairs and buggies
Terrain: Varied surfaces
Tarred pavements & roads, gravel paths, and earth/grass paths along the Clarkly Hill sections. Note: the earth paths are rough and uneven in places and can be muddy.
Gradient: Generally level
A gentle slope rising from the Burghead - Lossiemouth road to Clarkly Hill
- Fully signed
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Start – Burghead Harbour car park.
The Route: A circular route in either direction, following the signs featuring the yellow bull logo.
The route explores a variety of landscapes, including raised farmland and coastal scenery. The view from the top of Clarkly Hill is a spectacular vista over the Moray Firth, where on a clear day you can see distant Caithness.
Part of the route links Cummingston to Burghead along the old railway.