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Scottish Sightseeing for the Disabled.
I am planning to return to Scotland for the first time in many years, to attend a School Reunion, but wish to incorporate a sightseeing tour, firstly heading up the east coast to Aberdeen and across to Inverness. From there across to the west coast, Fort William?, and back down as far as Dumfries. Can anyone please point me in the right direction for suitable places to go (out of town) which have wheelchair access. I am particularily interested in possible countryside walks which may have pathways suitable for wheelchairs. My main aim is to be able to take wildlife and scenic photographs, weather permitting.