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Maps / Locations


www.discovernorthkincardine.org.uk

DISCOVER NORTH KINCARDINE

A group of local residents has come together as the North Kincardine Public Art Group to create a treasure map of North Kincardine. This is not buried treasure, but the different treasures within the landscape: its rich cultural history, stunning views and the little known gems in the countryside. The map, which covers the area from Torry to Stonehaven and from the sea to Maryculter, will show selected footpaths and cycle routes that will guide you through the treasures in our local landscape. Each walk has different themes to explore and to learn about. Some walks are fairly short, while others are quite long. Click here for a small excerpt from the map.

Artist, Anne Murray, has been chosen by the group for her experience in working with communities who want to make the most of their heritage. Anne has been working with the group for several months and the map is almost ready for printing. A printed copy of the map will soon be delivered to households in North Kincardine and will also be available in libraries and other local centres. We are also working with students from Robert Gordon University, who are building a website for us which will be ready later this year. In the meantime, please visit our temporary website (the above link).

If you have photographs of the area, or have any interesting information that you would like to share, then please get in touch with us. If you are a member of a walking group, then we would like to provide you with a way to attract more members. Please send your information to michaeljmorgan64@aol.com

Click here for Anne Murray's Blog about "Explore North Kincardine"


Some other Maps and Leaflets for our area:

New: Portlethen and District - Walking Routes
Click Here for a 2.25 mile / 3.6km walk (start/end at Portlethen Church)
Click Here for a 1.4 mile / 2.25km walk (start/end in Newtonhill)
Click Here for a 1.0 mile / 1.6km walk (start/end, roadside near Clochandighter)
Click Here for a 1.6 mile / 2.57km walk (start/end at Portlethen Church)
Click Here for a 2.5 mile / 4.0km walk (start/end at Bourtree Hall)
Click Here for a 2.9 mile / 4.7km walk (start/end at Bourtree Hall)
Click Here for a 1 mile / 1.6km walk (in Tollohill Wood)

Click Here for "old-maps.co.uk" - gives access to all maps for any area

Portlethen Moss Leaflet / Maps (Aberdeenshire Council)
Portlethen Moss Leaflet - by Denise Martin, Portlethen Moss Conservation Group

Maryculter Woodlands - an unofficial PDF showing the paths layout in the woods

Recreational Cycling Routes (Aberdeenshire Council)
All the Commuter Routes: Walk it Bike it try it! (Aberdeenshire Council)
The Portlethen Walk it Bike it try it! (Aberdeenshire Council)
All the Walking Routes: Positive Steps! (Aberdeenshire Council)
Core Paths Plan Maps (Aberdeenshire Council)

Guide and Maps - waymarked sections of the coastal way (Aberdeenshire Council)

Red Moss of Netherley, Reserve Map (Scottish Wildlife Trust)

A new walking trail is being developed at Chapelton Official PDF (updated Mar'17)

A sneaky peak at the Discover North Kincardine Treasure Maps: Click Here

Click Here for three Medal Routes in Portlethen (start/end at the Medical Centre)

Edible Trails in Portlethen, Inverbervie and St Cyrus (under development)

Click Here for contact information for Porty Paths Health Walks