We’re spoiled for choice when it comes to beautiful walks in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire – especially those boasting lochs.
From the north, to Royal Deeside way, there are plenty for everyone to enjoy.
The perfect place to get some exercise, walk your dog or just enjoy the scenic views, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite loch walks to enjoy – be that in spring, summer, autumn or winter.
Check out our edit of places to visit below.
Loch Muick, Ballater
Loch of Skene, Skene
Loch of Aboyne, Aboyne
Loch of Strathbeg, near Rattray and Crimond
Loch Callater, Braemar
Loch Davan, Ballater
Dubh Loch, Glen Muick
Loch Etchachan, near Braemar and Ben Macdui
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@m_proudfoot has shared this shot of Loch Etchachan, a remote loch set deep within the Cairngorms National Park. At 3,041 feet above sea level, Etchachan is the highest loch in Scotland – and the highest waterbody of its size in the UK. #LochEtchachan #loch #Cairngorms #CairngormsNationalPark #Highlands #ScottishHighlands #Scotland #LoveScotland #ScotSpirit
Loch Kinord, Muir of Dinnet
Other lochs include Cotehill Loch near Collieston and Lochan Uaine near Aviemore to name a few.
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