Forvie Stevenson centre to Collieston

Today we walked from the other side of the Forvie Nature reserve to Collieston and towards Old Slains Castle on the coastal path

A cold but beautiful day with blue sky and low golden winter sun perfect for topping up the much needed vitamin D at this time of year.

Forvie Reserve

Forvie is protected with a Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs)

Those areas of land and water that we consider best represent our natural heritage in terms of their: flora, fauna, geology, geomorphology and natural features

This side of the reserve is visually different to the other side close to Newburgh. The landscape is rich in wetlands, heath and moors

A popular spot for wild swimming in the secluded harbour. Don’t forget the wet suit though!
Collieston breakwater
Cransdale vantage point, watching the kayaks
Tarness Haven
Start of the coast route from Collieston towards Old Slains
The Graip
Sand loch at Forvie on the way back

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