This race is particularly epic scenery-wise! Moray is famous for having some of the best coastline and seafood around. With its wide sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs, coastal formations and attractive fishing villages, it makes for a stunning route for a race. Beginning at the RD’s home town of Forres, you soon reach the coastline at Findhorn, famed for its eco-community. From there, a forest overlooking the sea takes you past where the RD got married (this is how much he loves the area!) all the way to Lossiemouth and its epic clifftops, to Spey Bay where you can search for dolphins, past picturesque former fishing villages, and then finishing in Cullen.
– Tugnet Ice House and Findhorn Heritage Centre
– Attractive villages with beach huts, lighthouses and railway heritage
– Burghead Headland Visitor Centre (Pictish fort)
– Wildlife including bottlenose dolphins
– Sea views over coves, skerries and beaches
– Bow Fiddle Rock at Portknockie
– Date: 13th May 2023
– Time: 7.00am
– Cutoff: 16 hours
– Entry Limit: 200 runners
– Price: £70
Who can take part?
Provided you are over 18, we want you to feel part of the Moray Way Coastal Trail family! Extra points for those who can spot sealife on route!
Where is it?
The route follows the Moray Coastal Trail from Forres to Cullen.
How can I enter?
Enter here: https://race-nation.co.uk/register/moray-way-ultras