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Aberdeen and Royal Deeside Pathfinder Guidebook

Aberdeen and Royal Deeside Pathfinder Guidebook

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  • Aberdeen and Royal Deeside Pathfinder Guidebook
Guidepost price £11.99 with free 2nd class UK delivery Publisher's price £12.99

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This Aberdeen and Royal Deeside Pathfinder Guidebook describes 28 outstanding circular walks from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone.

This area of Scotland is often described as 'Royal Deeside, Whisky, Castles and Coast' and it is easy to see why. The royal connection is most obvious around Balmoral, and there are castles and distilleries throughout the area.

There are also spectacular coastal routes, such as Collieston and the Sands of Forvie, Cruden Bay and the Bullers of Buchan, and a route from Cullen along a disused railway that takes walkers past Bow Fiddle Rock. Magnificent views of the surrounding countryside can be seen from Scolty Hill, Tap o'Noth (site of an Iron Age fort) and Tyrebagger Hill.

This book features details of 28 circular, graded walks, detailed route descriptions, and an extract of the OS Explorer map at 1:25,000 scale.

Published in May 2017.
Number of pages is: 96
Size is: 134mm x 230mm
ISBN is: 9780319090558

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This Aberdeen and Royal Deeside Pathfinder Guidebook describes 28 outstanding circular walks from extended strolls to exhilarating hikes, so there is something for everyone. This area of Scotland is often described as 'Royal Deeside, Whisky, Castles and Coast' and it is easy to see why. The royal connection is most obvious around Balmoral, and there are castles and distilleries throughout the area. There are also spectacular coastal routes, such as Collieston and the Sands of Forvie, Cruden Bay and the Bullers of Buchan, and a route from Cullen along a disused railway that takes walkers past Bow Fiddle Rock. Magnificent views of the surrounding countryside can be seen from Scolty Hill, Tap o'Noth (site of an Iron Age fort) and Tyrebagger Hill. This book features details of 28 circular, graded walks, detailed route descriptions, and an extract of the OS Explorer map at 1:25,000 scale. Published in May 2017.

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Free 2nd class UK postage with free 2nd class UK delivery
Number of Pages 96
Size is: 134mm x 230mm
Scale Is: N/A
ISBN is: 9780319090558