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 wildflowers and birds throughout the site.
Ben Bhraggie is a steep climb of around 5½ miles but well worth the effort as from the top, on a clear day, it is possible to see both the nearby east coast and the distant north coast.
The coastal path from Brora to Golspie winds through small harbours, sandy beaches and passes the iron age broch at Strathsteven and the magnificent Dunrobin Castle. The walk is 6¾ miles.