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Royal Deeside offers some of the best walking in Scotland and as would be expected is a very popular activity. Several Munros (mountains over 3,000 ft.) can be accessed from the Braemar area. In the Southern Cairngorms, to the west and north there are 12, while at Glenshee and Lochnagar, to the south and east you will find 14 and Cairnwell, to the south and west there are 8. You’re guaranteed to feel a sense of achievement after you’ve climbed to the peak of one of the mountains. For the beginner “Munro-bagger”, Mount Keen is a long but straightforward climb. Set within...