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In the Scottish Highlands, the area around Fortrose provides some stunning hiking options. After my knowledge threshold in September 2021, I won't have the most recent information on any specific trails, but I can recommend a few well-known walks close to Fortrose that you can take a look at.

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Fairy Glen: A beautiful glen close to Rosemarkie and a short drive from Fortrose can be found there. Interesting geological structures, such as cone-shaped hills and a small waterfall, may be found in the glen. Despite being a short walk, it offers wonderful views and a surreal environment.

Chanonry Point: While not a typical hiking track, Chanonry Point is still worth a visit for its gorgeous surroundings and the chance to see dolphins. It is ideally situated for viewing bottlenose dolphins that frequent the Moray Firth and is close to Fortrose. You can take a leisurely stroll down the shoreline and search for these lovely sea life.

Culbokie Woods is a magnificent forested region with a number of routes that are suitable for different skill levels, and it is situated to the west of Fortrose. With possibilities for shorter strolls or longer hikes, the network of routes gives visitors the chance to explore the serene woodland. You can take in the serene surroundings, the sounds of the birds, and the beauty of nature.

Please be aware that since my previous knowledge update, the availability and conditions of the path may have changed. To get the most recent details on routes, weather, and any required permits or limitations, it's always a good idea to check with nearby visitor centres, hiking organisations, or internet sites.

Please note: Please check prior to your activity that starting point has public parking areas or can be accessed using public transport.

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