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Moray Firth Trail

80 km / 50 miles

Aberdeenshire, Highland, Moray
The Moray Firth Trail is part of the North Sea Trail and explores around 470 miles of coastline from the northern tip of the UK near to John O'Groats to the fertile lowlands of the Moray. Spectacular scenery, great coastal walks and interesting things to see and do for all the family.

The well established 'Moray Coast Trail' - some 50 miles between Forres/Findhorn and Cullen on the south shore of the Firth - is the first local section to be officially signposted as part of the North Sea Trail. This traverses the fine coast of Moray with its rugged cliffs, caves and sheltered coves, fishing harbours and sweeping sands. A leaflet may be downloaded and maps printed from the link below.


Path Type
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Easy; Coastal
NJ029589 - Railway Station, Forres, Moray, Highland
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NJ512671 - The Square, Cullen, Moray, Aberdeenshire
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Publications, Badges and Certificates:

External PDF
MorayWays - Moray Coast Trail booklet (Moray Council - 2007)
External PDF
Moray Firth Trail (Moray Firth Partnership - 2006)


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