Edinburgh to Aberdeen, plus other routes in Fife, Dundee, Angus, Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen.
This map covers the stunning northern half of the Coast and Castles cycle route. The route runs from the beautiful city of Edinburgh up to Aberdeen, the “granite city with the warm heart.” Spectacular beaches and rolling hills make up some of the incredible views on route, along with romantic ruined castles. The map also shows linking routes that could be ridden for day excursions, including coastal rides in Fife and the Deeside Way in Aberdeenshire.
For more information see our online mapping.
National Cycle Network routes covered:
National Route 1 between Edinburgh and Aberdeen via the Forth Road Bridge, Dunfermline, St Andrews, Dundee, Arbroath, Montrose and Stonehaven.
National Route 766 from Kirkcaldy and through Glenrothes to link with Route 1 at Milldeans Woods.
National Route 776 between Falkland and Newburgh.
National Route 777 along the south of the Tay between Newburgh and Newport-on-Tay.
National Route 76 sections from Cockenzie and Port Seton to Blackness via Edinburgh, and Crombie to Kirkcaldy via Inverkeithing.
National Route 195 from Aberdeen to Ballater, via Banchory and Aboyne (The Deeside Way).
Coast and Castles North also forms a part of the international North Sea Cycle Route.
Full colour fold-out map, printed on waterproof paper.
Scale 1:100 000.
Published Date: 2009