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Activities on Royal Deeside

 
 
 
 
  • Royal Deeside Mountains and Glens

    Invercauld Georgian suspension bridge over the Scottish River Dee near Braemar Scotland. Invercauld bridge; on Royal Deeside; is unusually decorative. It was built in 1924 during the reign of King George.  www.dsider.co.uk dsider whats on guide Royal Deeside, photography courses. Photography by Bill Bagshaw (Bill Bagshaw & Martin Williams/Bill Bagshaw, dsider.co.uk)

    Royal Deeside Mountains and Glens Glen Muick  is situated within the borders of the Royal Balmoral Estate; surrounded by the high Royal Deeside mountains. Loch Muick is 2 miles long and the walk around the loch enjoys spectacular scenery. Queen…...
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  • The Deeside Line

    Deeside Railway. Great North Railway Building at Braemar. Although this building was built, The Deeside Railway never actually reached Braemar as the proposed route would have been an intrusion on Queen Victoria's privacy.  By Bill Bagshaw dsider.co.uk online magazine, photo courses (Bill Bagshaw & Martin Williams/Bill Bagshaw, dsider.co.uk)

    The Deeside Line. The Deeside Line is now a mecca for walking, cycling and railway enthusiasts. Originally The Deeside Railway Line ran from Aberdeen to Ballater and was used by Queen Victoria. The Deeside Way is an alternative name for…...
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  • The River Dee

    dsider.co.uk online magazine, photo courses (Bill Bagshaw & Martin Williams/Bill Bagshaw, dsider.co.uk)

    The River Dee is one of the worlds finest salmon fishing rivers The River Dee is particularly renowned  for its Multi Sea Winter Salmon and Spring Salmon The River Dee runs from the mountains above Braemar into the sea, and…...
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  • Ski & Snowboarding Centres

    dsider.co.uk online magazine, photo courses (Bill Bagshaw & Martin Williams/Bill Bagshaw, dsider.co.uk)

    There are 2 Winter Ski Centres,  Glenshee & The Lecht. Glenshee Glenshee Ski Centre located above Braemar, is Scotlands largest ski and boarding area, extending over 2,000 acres, 4 mountains and 3 valleys. Glenshee Ski Centre's  36 different runs make…...
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  • Deeside Gliding Club

    Deeside Gliding Club near Aboyne, Scotland, is famous for being the top wave soaring glider site in Great Britain. It holds the UK altitude record of 38,600 feet, due to its proximity to the Cairngorms. If you have never flown before glider lessons and courses are available. For existing glider pilots there are a number of single seaters available. www.dsider.co.uk online magazine, photo courses Photography courses and clinics by Bill Bagshaw (Bill Bagshaw & Martin Williams/Bill Bagshaw, www.dsider.co.uk)

    Deeside Gliding Club Deeside Gliding Club near Aboyne, is famous for being the top wave soaring glider site in Great Britain. Aboyne holds the UK altitude record of 38,600 feet, due to its proximity to the Cairngorms....
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