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Absolute stunning mysterious walk! Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and all the lovely scenery on the way. We did think some parts could have been better sign posted but not a major problem as made it more fun and exciting! When you reach a bridge it's misleading...More
It was a great family walk with the dog even after a rainy morning. Not as muddy as expected, has a good path, the castle was a surprise & the walk to the river was better than expected. would do it again.
We thought we would go for a wee hour long wander late one afternoon. It turned into a two hour long magical mystery tour with not knowing where we were meant to be going, wrong turns, walking through looming cows and losing our way as...More
Gight Wood lies on the steep, south facing slopes of the Ythan valley, forming the easternmost part of a series of woodlands and river grasslands.
Brooding over the woods at the downstream end is the ruin of Gight Castle, once the family home of Lord...More
Have visited here with family. It's a great place for a good trek. The scenery in parts is stunning. It's quite a long walk but my 3 year old grandson can do it and loves it. Can be tricky walking in parts so strong footwear...More