Hill Forts and other Settlements
Access is by a steep footpath from a small carpark at Brae of Scurdargue, 1.5 miles (2.4km) N of Rhynie on A941 to Dufftown.
Access is by a steep, signposted footpath from the minor road B992 from Insch, about 1 mile (1.6km) W of Insch.
2 miles (3.2km) W of Dufftown, the B9009 passes the lower slopes, with tracks leading W towards the hill. Access is on foot via marked footpaths.
Access is by a rough track that leads from Patrol Road to the harbour. On street parking in the vicinity.
Signposted off the A92 0.9 miles (1.4km) S of Stonehaven.
6 miles (9.5km) W of Inverurie. Easiest route from N via steep footpath from Rowantree carpark, signposted from minor road W off A96. Alternatively from Bennachie Visitor Centre to E.
At the NW end of Burghead itself, on street parking around the fort.
Lies between Loch Davan and Loch Kinord; paths lead to the site from carpark W off A97, 0.93 miles (1.5km) N of Dinnet. Also from B9199 to W, where parking and facilities are at the Burn O'Vat Visitor Centre.
9.9 miles (15.9km) W of Fraserburgh. Turn N off the B9031 down a track to the carpark. Short walk of 150m to the fort.
Lies on a ridge 3.4 miles (5.5km) E of Forfar, between the B9134 and the B9113. A track to the S of the B9134 leads to a path up to the fort.
Track leads up hill W from minor road that runs between the Caterthuns about 4.6 miles (7.16km) N of A90 at Brechin.
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Track leads up hill E from minor road that runs between the Caterthuns about 4.6 miles (7.16km) N of A90 at Brechin.