4K City Walks: Cullen, Scotland Virtual Walk on Moray Firth

We made it to Scotland and we are bringing you along on a virtual walk. We spent the night in Edinburgh and headed north to the Moray coast. There are lots of outdoor things to do in Moray which is a county on the Moray Firth or bay. We are staying in Cullen, home to Cullen Skink which is actually just a chowder made with smoked haddock. It’s delicious and can be purchased at the hotels and restaurants locally.
The walking here is glorious. There are local walks and trails everywhere and a town every few miles with a place to stop for a pint or a bowl of cullen skink. Cullen itself is an old fishing village with a beautiful sandy beach nestled between Portknockie and Portsoy (I love these names). It is now mainly a vacation area with lots of very efficient stone houses of one or two stories. Our Cullen Bay accommodation is a little fisherman’s cottage with very low ceilings but nice and cozy down by the beach.
In this virtual treadmill walk, I start in a little park above the town to give you a nice view of the town, then down through the high street and over to the cliffs, down to the harbor and end at the little creek running beneath a 19th century railway bridge and into the sea.

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