The Moray Walking Festival Midsummer 2015

Welcome to Walking in Scotland's Malt Whisky Country.      

Thanks to all of you who participated in the 2014 Moray Walking Festival.  We have had some great feedback and lots of new walking ideas for next year and in 2015 the Ghost Train walk will be back! If you would like to be kept up to date with news and dates for next year’s event, contact us to receive our email newsletter.

Scotland's Midsummer Walking Festival will have walks, events and activities for all ages and abilities. From the foothills of the Cairngorms to Moray's award winning coastline, you can enjoy long summer days exploring coastal, hill, forest, river and town walks. Our guided walks have a flavour of whisky, shortbread and seafood, awe-inspiring sights of osprey, dolphins and red squirrels and a real feel of Moray's cultural and historical features - a walk for all walks of life!

You don't have to wait for the Walking Festival in 2015 to enjoy a wide choice of walks in Moray.  If you fancy a short walking break in Moray,  there are many opportunities offered throughout Moray and a number of websites that can guide you.  The Moray Council sponsor MorayWays, a guide to walks throughout Moray. Walkhighlands offer a wide range of walks and feature many additional walks on the cusp of Moray.  If you fancy a break in and around Forres, then the Forres Footpaths Trust offers a great range of walks to suit all abilities.

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Walkers on Little Conval with views to the Spey Valley
River Spey at Aberlour on the Speyside Way
Walkers on a Smugglers route from Bridge of Brown to Tomintoul