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Extended jolly around Braemar

Extended jolly around Braemar


Postby railton22 » Mon Sep 28, 2015 8:26 pm

Route description: River Dee riverside walk, Braemar

Date walked: 23/09/2015

Time taken: 1 hours

Distance: 6 km

Ascent: 68m

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Extended this to 3.8 miles by adding on a jolly around Braemar (plus pre-walk coffee and cake at Taste) and a detour to the Mill House on the Cluny at the end.
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After Craig Leek we headed straight for Taste and sat outside looking across to the darkening skies. Can't underestimate the importance of pre-walk coffee and cake!!


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Looking towards the Dee at the beginning of our walk


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Rain shower passed over and now enjoying a stroll by the Dee


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Braemar Castle as seen from across the Cluny


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Rive Cluny path


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Enjoying the sun by the cluny


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Boys will be boys. Skimming.


Lovely Autumnal day and a top walk taking in lots of "must-have" houses overlooking the River Dee.

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Yes please, I'll take it! Beautiful Cluny Mill House


Walked in 1.5 hours by Sarah, David and Nudge.
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