The Moray Walking Festival Midsummer 2017

Welcome to Walking in Scotland's Malt Whisky Country. After a most sucessful 2016 Festival,  the dates have been set for the 2017 Festival, which will run from Friday 16 June to Sunday 25 June 2017, so put the dates in your diary.    

Let the Moray Walking and Outdoor Festival take you on an adventure in 2017. Enjoy long Midsummer days exploring Moray’s world renowned golden coasts, hills and forests full of hidden fauna and flora, whisky coloured rivers and towns with stories to tell and culture to experience.
There’s something for everyone – guided walks, talks and events along side outdoor activities and walking challenges.
So, whether it’s a big outdoor challenge or a gentle amble, the Moray Walking and Outdoor Festival welcomes you. The full programme of events will be launched in April 2017.  The events programme will be accessible on line through this website. This year the festival will again be hosting the Moray Way 5-Day Challenge.  

You don't have to wait for the Walking and Outdoor Festival in 2017 to enjoy a wide choice of walks in Moray.  If you fancy a short walking break in Moray,  there are many opportunities offered throughout the region and there are a number of websites that can guide you.  The Moray Council sponsor MorayWays, a guide to walks throughout Moray. Walkhighlands offer a wide range of walks and feature many additional walks on the cusp of Moray.  If you fancy a break in and around Forres, then the Forres Footpaths Trust offers a great range of walks to suit all abilities. Looking for something more exciting then look no further than Outfit Moray, who provide a wide range of adventure and outdoor activities.

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Walkers on Little Conval with views to the Spey Valley
River Spey at Aberlour on the Speyside Way
Walkers on a Smugglers route from Bridge of Brown to Tomintoul
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