Cambus O May
Managed by Forest Enterprise, Cambus O'May is an attractive highland
pinewood with many welcoming facilities for visitors of all abilities.
There are four easy to follow way-marked routes with interesting
interpretation about the area's history and ecology, and openings
in the forest give unexpected views of Lochnagar. Some of the
routes are suitable for wheelchairs, while others have seats located
at the top of steeper sections.
2½ miles, 4 km (3mins) east of Ballater, on the A93.
- Range of short, circular way- marked routes.
- Car park, picnic site and a spectacular viewpoint nearby.
- Orienteering course (maps are available from Lochnagar Leisure
Outdoor Shop, Ballater).
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Cambus O'May Suspension Bridge
Just a short walk from a small car park ( east of the main Cambus
O'May forest car park) lies a picturesque white suspension bridge.
First constructed in 1905 and repaired in 1988, the bridge lies
at a graceful bend in the river, the banks of which are ideal for
4 miles, 6.4 km (5mins) east of Ballater, on the A93