With many miles of quiet country roads and formal and informal paths, Moray is tailor-made for walkers and cyclists of all ages and abilities. The Speyside Way long distance footpath is particularly popular, but throughout Moray there are opportunities for people to put on their walking boots or get on their bikes. A number of trails have also been created for mountain biking enthusiasts.
Please go to Outdoor Access in Moray and find out more about walks, riding and cycle trails.
Glenlivet Mountain Biking Centre
Opened in November 2013 the mountain bike centre has two trails, a cafe and bike spares for sale.
Moray Coast Ride, Portgordon
National Cycle Network:
Ben Rinnes, Aberlour
Hill walking. Great views from its 840m summit
Forestry Commission Monster Bike Trails
Culbin Forest, Forres
Walks through pine woods to Findhorn Bay
Forestry Commissions page about Culbin: http://scotland.forestry.gov.uk/visit/culbin
Dava Way, Elgin
Easy route suitable for both for walkers and mountain bikers
Moray Coastal Trail, Burghead
Burghead to Cullen 46km
Moray Ways provides an excellent overview of walking and cycling in the Moray area.
Quarrel Wood, Elgin
Woodland walks through beeches, oaks and pines
Roseisle Beach, Burghead
Woodland walks on to an expanse of Moray Firth beach
Forestry Commission's page about Roseisle: http://scotland.forestry.gov.uk/visit/roseisle
Speyside Way Visitors Centre, Aberlour
Daily 10am-5pm (May to October)
Walk Highlands gives detailed routes for walks in Moray and throughout Scotland.
Winding Walks, Fochabers
Variety of routes suitable for all abilities
* Please note The Moray Council is not responsible for any of these external websites