Atween twa Kirks - 1500 years of Myth and Legend

Meet at the War Memorial by the Parish Church in the Square, Aberlour at 2.0 pm. This circular walk starts from here and proceeds at a leisurely pace over level terrain by the banks of the River Spey and Lour burn from the Parish Church to the auld kirk o Skirdustan.

The walk is out and back over easy terrain, woodland and riverside pathways. The route is suitable for all abilities and accessible for mobility scooters. A good pair of walking shoes or boots is recommended.

Picts, Monks, Vikings, Jacobites and Water Beasties have all left their mark in Speyside. Take time out to enjoy a leisurely guided story walk and learn about the History, Myths and Legends that abound on the picturesque stretches of the river Spey and Lour burn that flow by the Parish Church the ancient ruins of the auld Kirk o Skirdustan.

The walk is only about 2km and takes approximately 2 hours, ending at the tearoom beside the Speyside Visitor Centre on the old railway platform in the Alice Littler Park.

Meet: The War Memorial, Village Square, Aberlour AB38 9QP
Duration: 2 hours
Distance: 1½ miles (2km)
Difficulty: 1 (Easy)
Note: The terrain is suitable for mobility scooters.

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Please come again next year.

Ben Hinnie
Tel: 01340 881724
Mobile: 07484280626

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The 13th century packhorse bridge, repaired 18th century.
Millford - where the Jacobites crossed the Spey