Dufftown – Dufftown Dramble

‘Rome was built on seven hills, Dufftown was built on seven stills’ – so goes the old rhyme. This walk, starting from the Dufftown clock-tower, links all the Dufftown distilleries in one walk.

  • Accessibility: Suitable for a wide range of users

    Able-bodied walkers, some sections can be cycled. The nature of the terrain and the presence of physical barriers would make the route difficult to negotiate on horseback.

  • Terrain: Varied surfaces

    A mixture of tarmac, gravel and grass paths with some sections on public roads - look out for traffic. Short gradients and sections of uneven path.

  • Gradient: Undulating

    Generally level with short gradients.

  • Barriers: Some barriers

    A number of gates and steps.

  • Unsigned

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The route is one of a network of promoted paths in Dufftown which start at the Clocktower where there is a map board.

This circular walk, starting and finishing at the clock-tower in the square, provides an insight into Dufftown’s distillery heritage and a whiff (literally!) of the towns most famous product.

Note: The route is not signed as the ‘Dufftown Dramble’.


Moray Council Outdoor Access Manager


Speyside Footpaths Network Group

  • 01340 821245