The Glas Maol Circuit is a group of four Munros (mountains over 3,000 ft or 914.4 m) to the east of the Cairnwell Pass. These have been developed for skiing but also offer hiking opportunities in the summer months.
This charming small hill overlooking the village of Braemar has a lot to offer with outstanding views of the River Dee valley and the southern Cairngorm range.
One of three scenic route installation on the Snow Roads enticing you to discover new perspectives on stunning viewpoints.
A pleasant short walk from the car park takes you to the isolated site of the Lecht Mine, a former iron and manganese mining site.
Well of the Lecht
Between the Lecht and Tomintoul
The Oakbank Mill is a three-storey derelict mill building which sits on the banks of the River Ericht at Blairgowrie.
Oakbank Road, Blairgowrie
A walk off of the West Avonside Path will take you to this underground chamber, thought to be used to house an illicit whisky still.
In 1716 Catholic Bishops established a secret college for priests at Scalan. They chose this remote spot to avoid persecution by Hanoverian soldiers. It was this little seminary that ensured the survival of Catholicism in Scotland and about one hundred priests were trained at Scalan up until 1799.
Chapeltown of Glenlivet
Knock Castle is a four-storey, 16th century ruined tower house located on Knock Hill to the West of Ballater.