Old Photograph Clachnaben Scotland

Old photograph of Clachnaben, a hill in Glen Dye, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It is a distinctive hill visible from many points on Lower Deeside. Clachnaben is the war cry of Clan Strachan. A popular walk starts at the car park on the Cairn O' Mounth, Banchory to Fettercairn, road, 10 kilometres south of Banchory. Popularity has caused some erosion on the old steep path which climbs this hill directly; however, efforts have been made to stabilise the erosion. A new improved path takes an easier and less direct route from Millar's Bog to the summit. There are views to Mount Battock, Lochnagar and Bennachie.

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