A lovely walk visits the beautiful 300-metre natural rock gorge called the Linn of Dee. A famous beauty spot historically favoured by Queen Victoria.
Braemar, Mar Lodge,
AB35 5YB (post code approximate)
An excellently preserved Christian monument from the end of the Pictish period, carved in the 9th century.
Kindrochit Castle is a ruined 14th-century fortification located on the banks of the Clunie River in Braemar.
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.
These picturesque falls can be found flowing into Loch Muick on Balmoral Estate. Take the circular route around the loch to see the waterfall and Glas Allt Shiel House built by Queen Victoria.
One of a series of isolated stone chimneys built by early road menders. When the day's work was done portable walls were placed around the chimney to provide a warm resting place at night.
The Doune of Invernochty is an earthwork castle dating from around 800AD. It is a moated motte and was a stronghold of the Mormaer of Mar and is sometimes described as the 'Citadel of Mar'.
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. Connecting Contours by Daniel Smith and Philip Zoechbauer offers a place of quiet contemplation surrounded by Glenshee hills.