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Favourite walks in Scotland

FunkyEllas_TravelFunkyEllas_Travel VisitScotland Ambassador ✭✭

i have been exploring parts of Scotland on two feet for the past few months. I've always love the Fife Coastal Path which stretches from Kincardine Bridge in the south to Tay Bridge in the north. I've also been walking quite a bit in Perthshire. I really enjoyed The Hermitage and the Birks of Aberfeldy. What are your favourite walks for beginners in Scotland?

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  • TheChaoticScotTheChaoticScot Member ✭✭✭
    South Queensferry to Cramond Brig (or vice versa) is a crackin' walk and it's all flat (woo hoo!). 

    Bridges, white sand beaches, woodland, historic houses and views across to the Kingdom of Fife. Magic!

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  • NatbeesFashionNatbeesFashion Member ✭✭
    @FunkyEllas_Travel There are so many walks that I enjoy however my two most favourites are:

     Climbing up Mither Tap and walking from Portsoy village to Sandend beach-I think this is a MUST for anyone who loves stunning views and the combination of mountain and beaches!

    Top of Mither Tap!

    Mde it to Sandend beach!
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    Also ask me any questions on Instagram or Twitter if you are visiting Aberdeen anytime soon and you need recommendations. 
  • VisitScotlandAlisonVisitScotlandAlison Member, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    The cliff path from Arbroath to Auchmithie 4 miles away - an easy but spectacular 2 hour walk with the possibility of a fantastic lunch at the But 'n' Ben then either walk or bus back to town.  My favourite local walk :)
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