Deeside Way

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Duthie Park
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There are four joining points along the way. For the very start in Aberdeen:
Also known as the Old Deeside Line in Aberdeen begin at the Polmuir Road entrance to Duthie Park joining the path behind the glass enclosed Winter Gardens.

The Deeside Way follows the Old Royal Deeside Railway line from Aberdeen to the Cairngorms National Park. It's split into four sections and is multi use i.e. popular with walkers, cyclists, moutnain bikers and families. It's total distance end to end is 41 miles. 

Deeside Way

It's mostly off road with slight gradients so good for families. You can see parts of the old railiway and that Cairngorms mountains. Check out the four GPS routes below. 

  1. Deeside Way - Aberdeen to Drumoak
  2. Deeside Way - Drumoak to Banchory
  3. Deeside Way - Banchory to Aboyne
  4. Deeside Way - Aboyne to Ballater

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March 19, 2016
9 visits
Submitted by: stumpy_dan
Deeside Way - Aboyne to Ballater is a 17.7km MTB GPS route for walkers and cyclists
March 19, 2016
8 visits
Submitted by: stumpy_dan
Deeside Way - Banchory to Aboyne is a 21km MTB GPS route for walkers and cyclists along the Deeside way.
March 19, 2016
3 visits
Submitted by: stumpy_dan
Deeside Way - Drumoak to Banchory is an 11km GPS MTB route for walkers and cyclists along the Deeside Way.
March 19, 2016
2 visits
Submitted by: stumpy_dan
Deeside Way - Aberdeen to Drumoak is a 17km GPS route for walkers and cyclists along the Deeside Wa

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