Drummuir – Paths Network

A suite of trails has been created on the Drummuir Estate developed by Drummuir 21, a local community group. Options exist for walks of approximately 40, 70 or 120 minutes duration depending on your inclination. Ideal for families. Part of the trail system is suitable for wheelchair users (about 3 miles return trip).

  • Accessibility: Accessible for all users

    The all abilities section is suitable for wheelchairs and buggies.

  • Terrain: Gravel path

    Relatively good surfaces throughout; mainly tarmac and gravel paths with a section of quiet public road. The All Abilities Trail section between the Botriphnie Kirk car park and Loch Park follows a level gravel path.

  • Mixed gradient
  • No barriers
  • Fully signed

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These trails start and finish at the Botriphnie Kirk car park located near the village of Drummuir. They meander through the beautiful parkland setting of Drummuir Castle Estate.

There is a walled garden open to the public, a fish hatchery, a man made loch (with trout fishing from boats available), Loch Park Adventure Centre, and wildlife in abundance. The castle itself was built in 1848 by Admiral Archibald Duff who at one time served under Nelson, but it is now an international corporate hospitality centre for Diageo. The building is open to the public in September.

The All Abilities section of path also forms part of the The Isla Way.

A GPX Trail is available to download of the Lochpark Circular Loop – highlighted in blue on the map.


Moray Council Outdoor Access Manager