- Last Updated on Friday, 18 May 2012 09:02
- Written by Guidebook
SCOTLAND - NORTH EAST
(Rivers 'near' Aberdeen)
RIVER CALDER - easy with a hard gorge.
RIVER DEE (Above Braemar to Potarch) - a beautiful and royal(!) river.
RIVER DEE (Potarch to Banchory)
RIVER DEE (Banchory to Aberdeen)
RIVER DYE - adventurous tributary of the Feugh near Banchory.
RIVER FESHIE - Easy River Spey tributary.
RIVER SPEY - a good easy trip with distilleries on hand!
ALLT A' GHARBH-CHOIRE- a steep River Clunie tributary.
ALLT MOR (and Cas Burn) - A bizarre Cairngorm ditch. (photos)
RIVER BLACKWATER - a great Grade 4 river draining the Cairngorms. (photos)
CALLATER BURN - a spate stream feeding the River Clunie.
CAS BURN (and Allt Mor) - A bizarre Cairngorm ditch. (photos)
RIVER CLUNIE - a short trip through Braemar.
RIVER FEUGH - a short trip near the Dee. (photos)
RIVER FINDHORN (Upper section to Dulsie Bridge) - a classic east coast river, divided into sections.
RIVER FINDHORN (Dulsie Bridge to Logie Bridge)
RIVER FINDHORN (Logie Bridge to Randolph's Leap)
RIVER FINDHORN (Randolph's Leap to Mains of Sluie) - The best rapids. (photos)
RIVER NORTH ESK (Upper Section) - for when the North Esk is high. (photos)
RIVER NORTH ESK - one of the best Grade 4 trips in Scotland. (photos)
RIVER TROMIE - a spate Spey tributary near Kingussie.
DORBACK BURN - a short steep ditch near the River Findhorn...
GARBH ALLT - a Dee tributary in the Queen's back garden. (photos)
RIVER LUI - a short scary Dee tributary. (photos)
RIVER MUICK - the name seems to say it all, another tough Deeside paddle.
RIVER QUOICH - steep and very narrow (photos)