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Aberdeen and the Northeast Sights

Kincardine O'Neil

Updated 10/08/2013

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The ruined kirk in this little village 9 miles west of Banchory on A93 was built in 1233 and once sheltered travelers: it was the last hospice before the Mounth, the name given to the massif that shuts off the south side of the Dee Valley. Beyond Banchory (and the B974), no motor roads run south until you reach Braemar (A93), though the Mounth is crossed by a network of tracks once used by Scottish soldiers, invading armies (including the Romans), and cattle drovers. Photography

buffs won't want to miss the bridge at Potarch, just to the east.

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