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The Category Kincardineshire is a subset of Aberdeenshire.

*Stonehaven Mountaineering & Hillwalking Club

'The Club was formed in 1978 and there are currently about 40 members. We are a North East based mountaineering and hillwalking club in Scotland. We try and meet up on a regular basis, occasionally on Thursday nights at the Royal Hotel Stonehaven and every other weekend ... '

*Visit Banchory

'There are hundreds of miles of tracks and trails offering something for everyone, from the low level Old Deeside Line which follows the route of the Old Deeside Railway Line, to more strenuous walks including the wonderful Glen Dye Walk to Clachnaben Summit.'

*Walkhighlands - Lower Deeside, Stonehaven and the Mearns

'The more southerly parts of Aberdeenshire have a wide variety of scenery. The upper parts of Deeside are covered in our Cairngorms National Park section, but lower Deeside too has some fine woodland scenery and lower hills, stretching down from Aboyne through Banchory to reach the very edge of Aberdeen. The area is packed out with forest and riverside walks. The high Cairn o'Mount road offers fabulous views before it descends to link with Fettercairn and the more lowland Mearns ...'

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Hill of Fare Walk
Distance (miles)8

'Ascent of a low hill ... Suitable for fit walkers of all ages. A degree of navigational skill is required in the woods so remember to pack a map and compass.'

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Scolty Woodland Park Trails

'Just five minutes from bustling Banchory lies Scolty Hill, flanked with quiet woodlands and topped by the iconic Scolty Tower ...'

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