(Time: approx. 45 mins)
Starting from the Square, either walk or drive up Seafield Street/Road on the A98. Just over the crest of the hill you pass the junction with the B9018 on your right. Continue along the main road for about 200 yds.(183m) until you reach a small Car Park on the left. From here cross the old roadway - which is barred by a metal gate - and follow the path to your right. You come to a bridge over the now disused Great North of Scotland railway line, which once served all the coastal towns.
Immediately after the bridge, bear left, going up a gentle slope. There are many whins along this path: they are prickly! At the summit, wonderful views of the Bin Hill, parts of Cullen and the bay are to be had. Continue along this path until you come to a junction. If you look due North, you will see the remains of Logie House. Bear left here and continue along the path. As you descend you will see a farm gateway and a pedestrian gate on your right. Go through this gate and continue down to Logie Park.
At the bottom of the hill turn left into the town, going along Seafield Place.
To retrieve your car, either retrace your steps or continue along Seafield Place and turn left up Seafield Road.
Sturdy shoes are advised, for it can be slippery and muddy in places.