With over one hundred miles of waymarked trails, you can enjoy a short stroll, escape into the hills to enjoy the scenery or follow in the footsteps of former whisky smugglers from days gone by. For the hardened hill walker the Cairngorms has some of the best on offer in Scotland, with four of Scotland’s five highest mountains and forty two other munros (hills over 3,000 feet high). There are many local guides and mountain leaders who can accompany you and who will be able to tailor your walks to your ability and favourite themes (wildlife, the whisky trail, local history, etc)
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The Glenlivet Estate has detailed walks including the infamous Whisky Smugglers’ Trails
The Moray Coast trail runs from Forres in the West to Cullen in the East covering approximately 50 miles. Why not visit a section each day?
The Moray Way is a circuitous route of approximately 95 miles and combines The Dava Way, two thirds of the Moray Coast Trail and half of the Speyside Way. This trail has it all, history, nature, geology and amazing landscape.