Tea at the lodge followed by a walk up the local "Scolty Hill" a small hill best known for its 20m tall tower monument, built in 1840, once we reach the top, you can enter the tower and up its spiral stair and out onto a viewing area, giving you the perfect view of Dee valley and surrounding Grampian Mountains.
Then its back down and a visit to the "Falls Of Feugh" to see the natural salmon run and the full might of the river as it flows down into the royal river Dee. (footwear and waterproof jacket)
Set out early morn for a hike into "Glen Dye" and then on and upwards to summit a local mountain, "Clachnaben" Gaelic meaning "Rock Of The Hill" This stunning Glen and mountain that stands at 2000ft is sure to fuel your soul and make you feel truly alive and at one with the area, (footwear and waterproof jacket)
Tea at the lodge, then onto the "Falls Of Feugh" Then we are off and onto a 2 hour hike along a flat trail into "Glen Dye" we follow the river into the glen, with stunning views of the surrounding hills including "Clachnaben" at the end we arrive at a local mountain Bothy, where mountaineers often stay over, so if you decide to come back and venture out into the wilds, you will know where to stay,) (footwear and waterproof jacket)