Last edited: 20th Apr
Loch of Boath is the westernmost extent of a large area of forest and moorland that extends all the way to the A939 and beyond at Coulmony. The forest is a real gem, like the best of open runnable Speyside moraine areas, It has plenty of paths for junior courses and good technical terrain for everyone else. The area links up with Clunas, used in Moray 2003, and the runnable intricate forest known as Keppernach. The assembly and car parking fields enjoy a fine view north to Nairn and the Moray Firth.
This is a good day to visit the famous Cawdor Castle while you are in the area.
Enjoy a scenic coffee and cakes in the Cawdor Castle Courtyard when you…
Visit Darcey’s Tea Room in Cawdor, close to days 4 and 6.
The IOF have announced that Loch of Boath will be one of the three GB…
A Few Surplus Maps, the history of the 6 Day Event from its beginnings in 1977, is a beautifully produced book full of maps and photos and charting the development of the event from small beginnings up to the world class event we know and love today, more…