Summer comes but once a year, and while it’s not going to be ‘taps aff’ weather every day, let’s make the most of the outdoors before the darker nights start creeping in.
And is there a better location to while away your time in the great outdoors? We have a stunning natural playground on our doorstep. From gentle cycle paths to bona fide ‘monster trails’, multiple harbours, marked on and off-road walking routes and more woodlands than you could even try to shake a stick at.
But when we’re this spoiled for choice, the all-important question is where to begin? Here are some useful links which should provide you with inspiration.
- Maps of core paths across Moray
These include public roads/roadside paths, off-road paths and more. Pull on your walking boots and get exploring
- Find a playpark
Did you know we maintain over 90 playparks? That’s enough to keep you and your little bundles of energy active all summer long
- Parks, gardens and playing fields
Here you’ll find information on our parks and gardens, as well as how to book pitches and pavilions.
- Biblical garden
Take a stroll around the garden in central Elgin and enjoy the sights and smells.
- Find a forest
Enter ‘Moray’ into the region box on Forestry Commission Scotland’s website to see a list of all their local forests
- Moray Ways
A comprehensive directory of cycle routes, hill walks, horse riding routes, health walks and waterways. Search by activity or by area
- Moray Council harbours
If you have or are hiring a boat, check out our harbours. You can pay for a visitor berth online or buy a rover ticket
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- Moray and tourism
Information ranging from local history and heritage sites to explore, sports and leisure and countryside and nature links.
Got any other ideas? Email email@example.com and we’ll add them to the list.