deesidewalks.com

Welcome to Deesidewalks.com, a website for people looking for walking routes on Deeside in Scotland.


At present there are 13 walks to choose from, from around Ballater and Loch Kinord - and with more walks added regularly.

Around Ballater Golf Course

A gentle, short walk suitable for almost all walkers and with nice views of the River Dee.
Starting point: Dundarroch Road, 250 metres from Ballater village centre
Distance: short, 2 miles 
Climb: none
Difficulty: easy
Underfoot: good wide paths
Estimated time to complete: 30 minutes
Scenic value: 4/10
Overall rating: 4/10 

Comments: This is a walk for all the family, however due to flooding damage a few years ago the second half of the route is more uneven and probably not suitable for anyone unsteady on their feet. The walk is along the river for the most part with views across of it but be warned - part of the route takes you along the side of the golf course, so - just as when playing golf - you must look-out for wayward drives from golfers. Please be considerate of golfers and pass quietly if they are playing nearby.


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10 comments:

  1. After reading all of the above, it felt like I’ve been to the Ballater Golf Course. Great! You have the excellent navigator in you. You should consider being a golf tour guide within the place.

    Mike
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  3. Thanks for the comment Mike - and best wishes for 2013 for CesarsGolfRentals!

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  5. Nice short walk for the family and kids, thank you, very enjoyable, especially trying to walk off christmas dinner.

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  6. Thanks for the feedback Flush, I really appreciate it. If you've got kids I'm sure they'd love the Burn o' Vat walk - but do be extra careful with them on the rocks.

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  7. Thanks for the feedback Flush, I really appreciate it. If you've got kids I'm sure they'd love the Burn o' Vat walk - but do be extra careful with them on the rocks.

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