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Old Aberdeen. 'Fittie' and the Beach

Old Aberdeen. 'Fittie' and the Beach

by GariochTom » Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:37 pm

Route description: Old Aberdeen and beach circuit

Date walked: 10/12/2011

Time taken: 3.5 hours

Distance: 13 km

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Re: Old Aberdeen. 'Fittie' and the Beach

Postby Caberfeidh » Tue Dec 13, 2011 9:15 pm

O Lordy ~ I used to work at Foresterhill, and practically lived at the Prince of Wales.... :shock:
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Re: Old Aberdeen. 'Fittie' and the Beach

Postby SMRussell » Wed Dec 14, 2011 2:24 pm

Coming fae the Shire o' the Deen I always found Aberdeen a grey and bleak place, a side from the occasional trip to the University area. Shame the nicer and more interesting areas are tucked away. When I'm visiting home I rarely see much of the place - just the train station and Union St before I'm heading out into the Shire. Might have to make a point of taking a stroll when I'm up in the summer.
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Re: Old Aberdeen. 'Fittie' and the Beach

Postby Benjaminnevis » Fri Dec 16, 2011 1:40 am

Bra report fella :clap:

And would just like to add that you can get great photos of harbour and over Aberdeen by popping over to the elevated 1st hole at nigg bay there is a seat between 1st hole and 2nd tee probably for a rest as the first hole is bordering on a sub 2000 er lol :lol:
Beech walk at low tide from don mouth to balmedie is great in winter time and is around a 3 hour round trip. Could go all the way to Newburgh which is about same distance again but quite a slog on the sand and good quality bin liners are required to cover your boots while crossing the tidal burns :-x.
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