Time to reconnect...

The festive season has arrived and as we think of safe ways to keep ourselves and loved ones, safe and enjoying time together whilst allowing us to recharge our bodies in a positive way. If you live in North East Scotland, what better time is there to rediscover what is on your very own doorstep in the great outdoors of this wonderful corner of Scotland that we have the good fortune to call home.

Time to get outside and enjoy the fresh air and blow the cobwebs away.From Parks and Gardens to some Museums and Art Galleries, there is a host of free things to see and do throughout the area.

You can follow various themed trails such as Heritage, Pictish, Victorian, Coastal, Stone Circles, Towns and Maritime, to name but a few. Take in the scenic views during a local walk, short or long – choose from your local Forestry Commission, National Nature Reserves, Coastal or Waymarked Footpaths.

Below is a small selection of outdoor information from other organizations that you may find helpful. Please do remember to stay safe and the guidance to protect the environment, yourself and local communities.

Lots to discover and uncover this festive season as you explore, experience and uncover new possibilities in your own local area.

What will you rediscover...

Please remember to follow...

Scottish Outdoor Access Code
Government Guidelines

As we end 2020 we look forward to preparing for 2021 and being able to welcome visitors safely once more. We will be sharing our “Helpful Hints”, “Hidden Gems” and “Quirky Facts” from around the area,  so we hope you found this “North East Blether” a valuable read.If so, perhaps you would consider following us on the Northern Highlights Pass social channels and also sign up to our monthly “North East Blether”