Top 5 Autumnal Walks in Scotland
Scotland undoubtably has some of the best scenery in the world and at this time of year it is enhanced by golden light and browning trees. Take advantage of the world on our doorsteps and step away from the madness of everyday life whilst enjoying all the benefits of the great outdoors.
Good Walks with Pubs
Aside from beer walks, our team love heading out for an autumnal walk to wind down after a busy week exploring Scotland's best bars with our guests. At this time of year, Scotland looks incredible so we asked our team where their favourite autumnal walks are and we've compiled a list of our top 5 autumnal walks.
1. Roslin Glen
2. Bennachie Centre to Mither Tap
If you're looking for something a little more challenging, Karolina, a member of our customer service team recommends the hike from the Bennachie Centre to Mither Tap in Aberdeenshire.
âFrom the Bennachie Centre bear west onto the slopes of Mither Tap up to its granite covered peak. The centre is just a 15 minute drive from Inverurie and is conveniently located near some of Scotlandâs best breweries including Fierce Beer, Deeside Brewery and BrewDog.
This walk is a bit more challenging but the view is certainly worth it.
3. Falls of Leny
4. Lord Ancrum's Wood
5. Glenmore Forest Park
Cairngorms National Park was established in 2003 and was the second national park in Scotland, after Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. A place of stunning natural beauty, Glenmore Forrest lies at the centre of the park and has trails trails for all types of walkers.
âKnown for its silver birch population, in autumn, the forest has a distinct golden glow. The forest is also home to lots of wildlife from deer to red squirrels and giant wood ant mounds so keep your eyes peeled!
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