Welcome to Walking in Scotland's Malt Whisky Country.
From Coast to Mountain, Moray offers a rich variety of landscapes for walkers to enjoy – and we will be packing some of the best walks into our five-day programme of activities for the 2013 Moray Walking Festival.
Moray has much to offer walkers that visit this less well known area of Scotland. Picture yourself strolling along clifftops over long sandy beaches watching out for the famous Moray Firth dolphins, or scrambling up a hilltop in the footsteps of whisky smugglers, or ambling along old railway tracks through ever-changing scenery and wildlife.
The Moray Way Association will be putting together 5 days of exciting walks and other activities for 2013. The festival will be based on the same format as the successful festival in 2012, with walks for all abilities. These will be led by well-informed experienced guides that will make sure you miss none of the local nature, history or culture.
You don't have to wait for the Walking Festival in 2013 to enjoy a wide choice of walks in Moray. If you fancy a short walking break in Moray, then click here to see the self-guided walks on offer.
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The Tomintoul and Glenlivet Walking Festival takes place 29 Aug to 2 Sep 13. The event organisers have been working hard to provide a full range of walks and social events. Click here for more details.
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