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All reviews beautiful rock well worth a visit lovely walk stunning scenery well worth the effort fish and chips pod of dolphins northern lights chip shop formations cave rocks paths coastline angle birds shore
Bow Fiddle rock was a great stop along the NE Coast. The cliff top views were great, but it's definitely worth going down to the beach. It's a little steep, but honestly not bad at all. Great picture opportunities abound.
The Moray Firth area is a beautiful part of the UK to visit with lots to see, and the Bow Fiddle Rock is one of them, off the coast at Portknockie. A natural rock feature, which will eventually fall into the sea, and is worth...More
We have visited this area of Scotland several times, but have never visited Bow Fiddle Rock, we had never heard of it until we saw a programme on Walking Briiptains Lost Raikway lines. We followed as best we could their itinerary and followed the signs...More
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It depends how old the child is . It`s not that steep leading down to the beach , but you would have to give some help . It`s also a bit of a climb back up , but not far . Watch out for the loose pebbles which are quite... More
It depends how old the child is . It`s not that steep leading down to the beach , but you would have to give some help . It`s also a bit of a climb back up , but not far . Watch out for the loose pebbles which are quite prone to slide near the water`s edge at high tide