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  1. less than 5 miles
  2. Falls Of Feugh

    Type

    Waterfalls

    Gradings

    Banchory

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

  3. Cairn O'Mount Viewpoint

    Type

    Hills & Mountains

    Gradings

    Banchory

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

  4. Banchory

    Type

    Towns & Villages

    Gradings

    Banchory

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

  5. less than 10 miles
  6. Clachnaben

    Type

    Hills & Mountains

    Gradings

    Banchory

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

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    Logie Coldstone

    Logie Coldstone and Tarland are villages north-east of Ballater in Deeside.

  8. Culblean Hill

    Type

    Hills & Mountains

    Gradings

    Ballater

    Culbean Hill is found in Aberdeenshire.

  9. Dinnet / Cambus O' May

    Type

    Sub-region

    Gradings

    Dinnet

    Dinnet is a small but popular holiday village lying between Aboyne and Ballater.

  10. Gradings

    Aboyne

    Aboyne is a typical Deeside village.

  11. less than 20 miles
  12. Kirkhill Forest

    Type

    Forests & Woodlands

    Gradings

    Westhill

    Kirkhill is a working forest with waymarked circular walks, a permanent orienteering course and longer multi user trails.

  13. Edzell

    Type

    Towns & Villages

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    Edzell

    The beautiful village of Edzell is described as the 'jewel in the crown of Angus'. In the 1840's it was completely rebuilt with Victorian rectitude a mile to the west of its original site.

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