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  1. less than 1 mile
  2. Banchory

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    Banchory

    The fine Scottish town of Banchory is located approximately 20 miles west of Aberdeen, adjacent to the magnificent River Dee.

  3. Falls Of Feugh

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    Waterfalls

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    Banchory

    The stunning Falls of Feugh are located near Banchory in Aberdeenshire.

  4. Cairn O'Mount Viewpoint

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    Hills & Mountains

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    Banchory

    Cairn O'Mount Viewpoint is situated in Royal Deeside and sits close to 1,500 ft above sea level.

  5. less than 10 miles
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    Aboyne

    Aboyne is a typical Deeside village.

  7. Culblean Hill

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    Hills & Mountains

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    Ballater

    Culbean Hill is found in Aberdeenshire.

  8. Clachnaben

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    Hills & Mountains

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    Banchory

    Clachnaben lies north of Brechin and is one of the best known hills in Aberdeenshire.

  9. Maryculter

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    Maryculter

    Maryculter is a small village situated in the Lower Deeside at the entrance to Royal Deeside.

  10. less than 20 miles
  11. St Cyrus Beach

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    Beaches

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    St Cyrus

    Part of St Cyrus National Nature Reserve (NNR), this sandy beach is located midway between Aberdeen and Dundee on the eastern coast of Scotland.

  12. Inverurie

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    Inverurie

    Inverurie, a prosperous Aberdeenshire town situated in the valley of River Don, is a good base for touring castles of the area.

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    Aberdeen

    The south end is sheltered by the harbour wall, but as the beach stretches north towards the local nature reserve it becomes more exposed.

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