The Moray Way Ultras Race Series

Dava Way  50km 17th April 2021

Taking in Woodland, Moorland and Farmland, this stunning 50km route is point to point from Grantown-on-Spey to Forres (the RD's home town!) following the old Highland Railway Line.

Moray Coastal Trail 50

12th June 2021

You will have plenty time to spot a dolphin in this epic 50 mile coastal journey from Forres to Cullen (made famous by its skink!).

Speyside Way Ultras

28th August 2021 

The original! For over 25 years, this race has been the biggest ultra in the Moray area. There is a reason World Champions have chosen to race this race; trail, mountain, distilleries and coastline...

Starting in 2021, there will be two options: the Original 37 mile Ultra OR the brand new Full Speyside Way 100km!

Moray Way 1002nd October 2021 

Linking all 3 of our races, the Speyside Way, the Dava Way and the Moray Coastal Trail, this is some of the best scenery Scotland has to offer! Why not put all your races and training together at the end of the year and tackle this beautiful 100 miler.

A message from the Race Director Kyle Greig

"Designing an Ultra series in the area that I was born and raised, is something that I have always been passionate about. I spent years training on the Dava Way, Speyside Way and have banked literally thousands of miles running along the Moray Coastal Trail... but not all at once!

To have a series where runners can tick a 50km, 50miler, 100km and 100miler off their bucket lists is so exciting!

I wouldn't be the runner I am today if I hadn't been training in such natural beauty and diversity. The Moray area truly has everything a runner could want; from mountain to coastline, forests to beaches, flat to hilly, I am delighted to share all of this with you!"

- Kyle Greig, Race Director



The full or original Speyside Way, the Dava Way, the Moray Coastal Trail and the Moray Way 100.



The distance if you completed all the combined races.



The Dava Way and the Speyside Way are old railway tracks with a rich history. 



Is the elevation of the full Moray Way 100.