With its marvelous landscapes from rugged cliffs, caves and sheltered coves to fisher town harbours and sweeping stretches of sandy beaches, Moray has a coastline alive with wildlife that would be the envy of many other regions in Britain.
The route can be walked comfortably as a whole in around 23 hours, but it is possible to split the trail into convenient sections between the coastal communities.
Many visitors are drawn by the resident bottlenose dolphin population or by the abundant bird life found along the rugged cliffs. There are some fantastic beaches along the route, where if you are lucky you can indulge in some sun bathing or paddling.
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