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ABERDEEN AND ABERDEENSHIRE

 

Formartine and Buchan Way53 miles, linear

One of Scotland’s great trails, safe pathway for all abilities. The Way uses the former railway line lining Dyce on the edge of Aberdeen to the village of Maud where it splits into 2 routes; eastwards to Peterhead and northwards to Fraserburgh. The route is entirely off-roadand 40 miles in length from Dyce to Fraserburgh with a 13 mile spur from Maud to Peterhead. The cycle track has been divided into eleven sections, all achievable for day trips if taking your time.

Sections:-

Auchnagatt to MaudRoute card

Dyce to NemacherRoute card

Ellon to AuchnagatRoute card

Longside to PeterheadRoute card

Maud to Old DeerRoute card

Maud to StrichenRoute card

Mintlaw to LongsideRoute card

Newmachar to Udny StationRoute card

Old Deer to MintlawRoute card

Strichen to FraserburghRoute card

Information courtesy of Aberdeen Council

Ballater to Burn O' Vat 18 miles, circular

This is an ideal family route. Some sections are on road and others off-roadand includes sections of theDeeside Way.  Route information

Turriff Circular11 miles, circular

A short ride around the fertile farmlands of TurriffRoute information

 

Aberdour Bay, Banff 13 miles, circular

Route information

New Pitsligo22 miles, circular

This route provides two options. Complete and full figure-of-eight circuit, or take a short journey to Bonnykelly from New Pitsligo or a longer journey to New Deer.  Route information

FAMILY CYCLING

Please see above.

 

 

Formartine and Buchan Way.Routes are off-road and broken mainly into short 4 to 7 mile sections.