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RSPB Fowlsheugh

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RSPB Fowlsheugh

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A92 Follow signpost to Crawton, Stonehaven AB39 2TN Scotland
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Combine the majestic heights of Royal Deeside with the epic cliff-top site of Dunnottar Castle. <br><br>For almost 150 years, the British royal family have travelled to the River Dee for their holidays.<br><br>With almost unlimited cash and resources, why do they always come here?<br><br>We think there’s an easy answer.<br><br>This area encapsulates everything everyone loves about Scotland. You find grand castles enclosed by pine forests. You look up at the highest plateau in Britain in the Cairngorms National Park. And there’s enough nearby distilleries to satisfy any royal event.<br><br>So, who wouldn’t want to escape to the fresh air of this location?<br><br>On this tour, we combine her Majesty’s favourite holiday spot with a trip to Dunnottar Castle, one of the most historically important and visually arresting sights in Scotland.<br><br>Hop aboard this tour, see an epic castle, and discover whether you have the same taste as the royals.
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Catherineanne R wrote a review Nov 2020
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Loved our visit great scenery, great walk, make sure you have good waterproof shoes or boots can be a bit muddy depending on the weather.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Helen C wrote a review Oct 2020
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom876 contributions188 helpful votes
This place is off the hidden track. Parking is free, but there isn’t much of it. Its well signposted when you get on the track, with information boards about the wildlife than can be seen. Watch your footing because the footpath is narrow in places. There is a lovely bird hide towards the end of the trial, perfect for sheltering from the elements. Unfortunately we didn't see many birds as it was the wrong time of year, but it was nice to visit nevertheless.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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kjf_x wrote a review Oct 2020
Carnoustie, United Kingdom1,073 contributions108 helpful votes
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This is such a peaceful location. It’s never too busy and it’s not far from the main road between Montrose and Stonehaven. The views are amazing across the water and on a nice day you can see for miles! Definitely a good place to stop and explore.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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jopodium wrote a review Aug 2020
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Absolutely stunning views and wonderful to see all the nesting birds flying back and forth. Brilliant experience. Well worth a visit. Open cliffs though so be careful with your little ones
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Date of experience: July 2020
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crawford g wrote a review Jul 2020
Aberdeen, United Kingdom1,560 contributions441 helpful votes
Have lived in the North East for over 30 years, have heard about Fowlsheugh, but somehow never visited. Down the single track road to Crawton (limited parling) and as you reach the gate, there are views of the first cliff, with birds and noise aplenty! From there it only gets better, with a clifftop walk into more and more densely populated seabird colonies, with the noise level increasing as you go. Lovely to see the Razorbills, and hopefully next time we'll see the puffins. A truly mind boggling place, like something out of an Attenburgh episode. Word of warning, the proximity to the cliffs would be an issue with young children.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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