No holiday in Scotland would be complete without a walk to enjoy our scenery and wildlife. You can do it all from Dornoch – woodland walks, hill walking or a stroll along our beautiful beaches each one building lasting memories you’ll treasure.

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Dornoch Links & Embo

  Dornoch Links and Embo Distance: 5.25 miles Time:  2.5 - 3.5 hours Grade: Flat, easy walking on roads and pathways Suitable for: Children and dogs Starting point: Cathedral Green…


Dornoch Point

An excellent coastal walk with good opportunities to spot seabirds and seals. From the Point there are fantastic views westwards up the Dornoch Firth towards the Kyle of Sutherland and…


Dornoch Town Centre to Beach

A leisurely stroll which takes you out of the town centre and past the caravan park to the beach. On the way you will pass the Witch’s Stone on Carnaig…



Loch Migdale has an easy walk from the north end, there and back taking around 2 hours. The mixed woodland and the loch make this a lovely walk. Spinningdale Burn…


Skelbo Woods

Skelbo Woods - Scultpure Trail Distance: 1.5 miles Time: 1 hour Grade: Some steep gradients on waymarked forest paths. Suitable for: Children and dogs Starting point: Skelbo Forestry Commission car park,…


Camore Woods

Camore Woods Distance: 1 mile Time:  0.5  hour Grade: Flat, easy walking on roads and pathways Suitable for: Children and dogs Starting point: Camore Wood Car Park Description: (By car from town…


Walks near Golspie and Brora

The Big Burn Walk, Golspie is a beautifully maintained woodland walk with bridges crossing the burn and access to a waterfall. In spring there is a profusion of  interesting woodland…


Bonar Bridge Area Walks

Balblair Forest, just west of Bonar Bridge, is an easy forestry walk taking an hour to an hour and a quarter. The car park is well signposted and is adjacent…