With its head in the picturesque Moray Firth and poking its toe into the high majesty of the Cairngorms, there are countless wonderful walks in Moray. This is a land that perfectly encapsulates a journey from summit to sea, where rivers tumble from some of Britain’s highest mountains, through huge Caledonian pine forests to reach a charming and effortlessly beguiling coastline. And you can walk it all.
Moray’s south western terminus is Ben Macdui, Britain’s second highest mountain at 4,295 feet (1,309 m). An experience of the vast sub-Arctic plateau of the Cairngorms is unforgettable. It is a landscape like nowhere else in the UK, vast and spectacular.Discover the stunning landscapes found between the mountains and the Firth; they’re what make hikes in Moray so special. When you reach the coast’s beautiful sand dunes and cliffs, keep your eyes peeled for a glimpse of dolphins beyond the dramatic sea stacks.
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