A cairn in memory of local historian, Dr. Victor Gaffney, stands at just a short walk from the Campdalmore car park with views of the Cairngorms and the River Avon.
Pay a visit to the hide to see how many Curlew, Lapwing (Peesies), Oystercatcher, Snipe and Redshank you can spot in one of the best breeding areas for waders in the North East of Scotland.
One of three scenic route installation on the Snow Roads enticing you to discover new perspectives on stunning viewpoints. Four specially commissioned sculptural seats on the infamous A939 Lecht Road which sits at 637m above sea level offers spectacular views towards Corgarff Castle.
The Cock’s Stone lies close to west side of the A93, just a few hundred yards north of the Wee House of Glenshee. It’s said to symbolise the moment a cockerel confronted the tax men in the 15th Century.
With a summit altitude of 670m (2199 ft), the Cairnwell Pass is the highest public road in the United Kingdom.
One of three scenic route installation on the Snow Roads enticing you to discover new perspectives on stunning viewpoints.
The ringing stone near Ballater is a mysterious stone which you can 'play' near Ballater.
The Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve offers a blend of signposted woodland walks, wildlife spotting, open water, historic hidden gems, geological features, a visitor centre and picnic areas all in one place.
The Muir of Dinnet National Nature Reserve
Loch Callater is freshwater loch around five miles south of Braemar.
Loch Callater, Braemar
The Linn of Quoich, or the Earl of Mar's Punch Bowl, is a natural hole in a rock midstream that was used as a punchbowl at the end of hunting deer in the neighbouring forest.
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