There are plenty of opportunities to experience Moray Outdoors, whether you are on a beach, climbing hills or walking in woodlands and forest.
There are fantastic beaches along the entire length of the Coast of Moray, including Findhorn, Roseisle, Burghead, Hopeman, Lossiemouth and Cullen.
Ben Rinnes, Ben Aigan and the Convals, near Dufftown, provide ideal hill walking opportunities and views which are excellent value for the amount of climbing required.
Woodland walks are available at Winding Walks, Torrieston, Roseisle, Lossie Forest and Millbuies.
The area has several mountain biking trails, for example, Moray Monster Trails at Fochabers and also trails at Glenlivet.
Orienteering is a popular sport in Moray and the area is internationally recognised for the quality of its orienteering venues.
The Speyside Way is one of 4 official long-distance walking routes in Scotland. It links the Moray Coast (Spey Bay to Buckie) with the edge of the Grampian Mountains at Aviemore, generally following the line of the River Spey. The main track covers a distance of about 65 miles.
The Dava Way links Forres in Moray with Grantown-on-Spey in Highland (24 miles).
A number of resources are available for anyone wishing to consider the available options for outdoor sports and pastimes in Moray.