Do you think it would be a feasible thing to do the following in one day?
Starting Aberdeen, morning visit (ie before the attractions open) to Forvie NNR including a walk, then to Pitmedden Garden. On for a quick visit to RSPB Loch of Strathbeg then into Fraserburgh for the Lighthouse Museum and Heritage Centre. This route conveniently takes us through some spots where forebears lived or where born which is a bonus.
It would be highly desirable to end this day up at Grantown on Spey or Aviemore, to be in position for a wildlife tour with Speyside wildlife or a Reindeer trek early the next day. Google tells me that this is about 4 hrs driving all up, about 2 hrs from Fraserburgh to Grantown-on-Spey. Obviously we could quit whatever we're doing if we run out of time. I just want to check with you guys who know the area if you think this amount of driving is totally barking mad. It's only an extra hour over what it would be to head back to Aberdeen, so I'm hoping a slightly longer tour in the evening won't be a problem given the time of year - which is August. I'm expecting this to be on a week day. We've got two drivers.
What do you think?Edited: 05 April 2014, 01:49