On the eastern edge of the Grampian mountain range, Bennachie is one of North-east Scotland’s most recognisable landmarks. This distinctive hill with several tops can be seen from miles around.
From it’s highest summit of Oxen Craig at 528 metres to Millstone Hill and its most popular peak, Mither Tap, history abounds in this ancient landscape.
Look out for cuckoos, red squirrels, roe deer and many other types of fascinating wildlife during the climb while enjoying the stunning scenery.
For more information on Bennachie visit Bennachie Visitor Centre.
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