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.

Public Transport

Buses run along the A96.


Small parking area at NH976574 by Brodie Castle pond. Open start point in Google Maps for directions.

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