Sleepy Sporran Tours

Royal Deeside and South Highlands

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Stunning Landscapes and Views with the ‘Wow’ Factor

Cairngorms National Park - View over the River Dee towards Mar Lodge
The switchback road over the Cromar Hills towards The Lecht ski centre
The Brig A Dee built in 1750 by Major Caulfield, each arch is different
View along the idyllic River Dee near Ballater

Some Attraction Ideas

The iconic Balmoral Castle completed in 1855 and home to the Royal Family
Drum Castle - Part tower house, part Jacobean mansion house and part Victorian
Braemar Castle - An unusual castle dating from 1628, interesting connections
The annual Braemar Gathering attended by the Royal Family

A Small Selection of Historical Sites

Cawdor Castle - Fabulous gardens and the dubious links to Macbeth
The Jacobite Monument commemorating the Battle of Culloden 1746
Dunnottar Castle - The formidable fortress on the east coast near Stonehaven
Corgarff Castle - Possibly one of the most isolated castle in Scotland

Some Sleepy Sporran Off Grid Secrets

The old Livet Packhorse Bridge built in the 1600’s on the Glenlivet Estate
Tomnavarie Stones - A 3,000 year old stone circle, its purpose remains unknown
Balmoral Pyramid - Built for Queen Victoria in remembrance of Prince Albert
Clava Cairns - Collection of 4,000 year old burial cairns and standing stones
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