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Area: Aberdeenshire

'The Club has a regular programme of fortnightly Sunday outings each year from March to November, and monthly winter walks in December, January and February. The annual programme comprises a rich v ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'The Cruickshank Botanic Garden is situated in Old Aberdeen on the King's College campus of the University of Aberdeen and is a partnership between the University and the Cruickshank Chari ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'We don't do route marches or yomps; we walk, we talk, we sit down, we eat, we point out hills on the horizon, we check the map, we change our plans on the fly, so bring warm clothing.'


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Category Aberdeenshire

'The Estate is recognised as one of the most important nature conservation landscapes in the British Isles: over 40% of the estate is covered by national and international nature conservation desig ...
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Category Aberdeenshire

'We also hold weekend meets at various locations through-out Scotland and the Highlands. We give ourselves freedom to do our own routes at our own pace. If you want to come along and see what it's ...
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Category Kincardineshire

'Boasting an extensive coastline, meandering rivers, rolling countryside and a number of historic castles Aberdeen City and Shire has innumerable opportunities to explore the region by foot. With o ...
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Category Aberdeenshire

'The coastline has attractions of its own. Stonehaven has a fine harbour but it is the spectacular ruin of Dunnottar Castle nearby that draws the crowds and photographers - it has one of the finest ...
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Category Kincardineshire

'Aberdeen's network of core paths will benefit both local people and visitors to Aberdeen by providing a framework of routes for recreation and for travel. In addition, core paths may help to manag ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'Battle of Harlaw ... Granite City Trail ... Heritage Tree Trail ... Jacobite Trail and Collections ... March Stones Trail ... Maritime Trail ... North Sea Trail ... Old Aberdeen Trail ... People a ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'This walk will take you through the grounds and gardens of Balmoral, passing by some of the monuments and cairns. Your guide will explain about the history of Balmoral as well as the wood ...
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Category Aberdeenshire

The Six Walks are: [1] Creag Choinnich for outstanding views over the village - - - : [2] Queens Drive  follow in the footsteps of Queen Victoria - - - : [3] Morrone for ...
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Category Aberdeenshire

'The Capel Mounth road lies above 2000 feet high for much of its way. In winter, like a lot of other Mounth passes, it was extremely dangerous, as testified by cairns erected as memorials to person ...
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Category Aberdeenshire

'The path is suitable for walkers and cyclists with many sections suitable for horses as well and is Route 135 of the National Cycle Network which is coordinated and promoted by Sustrans. The route ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'The waymarked walk "a'boot Ellon" takes in the riverside as well as the wooded parklands behind the heart of the town.'


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Category Aberdeenshire

'The route is an impressive 53 miles in length, is entirely off road and relatively flat, however it passes through such a varied and interesting landscape that the outlook is constantly changing a ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

'Bennachie is one of the best known and most popular places to visit in north east Scotland. Bennachie is a distinctive hill with several tops and can be seen from miles around.

'The Bennach ...
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Category Aberdeenshire

'Standing in relative isolation from the farmlands north of Banchory, the flat-topped Hill of Fare contains a remarkably large area of moorland plateau and sends a number of shoulders far ...
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Category Kincardineshire

'The walks on offer range from those than can be undertaken by families with small children to those that require a high degree of expertise. For the latter it is worth remembering that Braemar has ...
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Category Aberdeenshire

'Forest trails wander through tall larch and pine trees and are perfect for families and visitors. You can climb the hill for panoramic views over Royal Deeside and the Grampian Mountains and – if ...
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Category Kincardineshire

'The route can be followed in about 6 days by reasonably fit walkers. The 6 daily stages we suggest here are all between centres of habitation and therefore accommodation, but longer or shorter day ...
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Category City of Aberdeen

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