Garmouth – Viaduct

This walk follows the old railway track from Garmouth over the River Spey viaduct, with great views over the golf course to the sea at Kingston. It is part of the National Cycle Network and also the Speyside Way. The track is good and suitable for wheelchairs and buggies.

  • Accessibility: Accessible for all users

    The extended route Level 3 is unsuitable for wheelchairs and buggies.

  • Terrain: Paved footpaths & roads

    Tarmac and all abilities surface over viaduct. The extended level 3 route is compacted earth path and can be muddy in wet weather.

  • Generally level
  • No barriers

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If you are able to help please create a GPX track of this route (no detours) and send it to us for inclusion.

From April to August, watch out for ospreys fishing the Spey.

Start – Whistlestop Wood Car Park, by the bridge to Mosstodloch

1 From the Car Park, follow the signed trail over the viaduct and return.

2 To continue to Spey Bay, from the viaduct, turn left and follow the farm track.

The walk can be extended by following the Speyside Way signage to the Whale and Dolphin Conservation Visitor Centre at Spey Bay. This return walk is over 3 miles, making it a Level 3 walk along a flat track.


Health Walk Co-Ordinator