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Rainy Day at the Winding Walks

Rainy Day at the Winding Walks

Postby hsmuzo » Thu Oct 15, 2020 5:32 pm

Route description: Winding Walks, near Fochabers

Date walked: 16/09/2020

Time taken: 1.5 hours

Distance: 5.75 km

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Weather: Damp and Rainy
Overall: :clap: A lovely walk in the autumnal forest

Travel & Parking:
Easy parking off the A98. Small charge.

The walk:
This was a pleasant way to spend a morning - with well marked trails. I don't enjoy trails shared with mountain bikers as a rule (particularly as my OH is deaf and despite hearing equipment can struggle to hear them coming) but we didn't meet any here. Opted for a loop that took us past a little loch, with a lovely picnic bench for a coffee. Lovely way to pass an hour or so in the morning.

We went onward with our day; to Lossie and Spey Bay

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