Brodie Castle and Pond
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This pleasant short walk heads through the grounds of Brodie Castle, visiting its woodland lake and a 1,200 year old Pictish carved stone. The walk is famed for its daffodils in the spring. The castle itself is well worth a visit (admission charge).
Clear footpaths, tracks and minor road.
Buses run along the A96.
Small parking area at NH976574 by Brodie Castle pond.
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