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Beautiful views and a great walk. There is a car park and you can walk round the cliffs towards Boddam or the other way to Cruden Bay, taking in Slains Castle on the way. Lots of wildlife to see and an arch on the cliffs....More
Beautiful day no wind and glorious sunshine. Live about 15mins from billers and had never been before. Fantastic views but sadly no puffins at that time of year. Anyway will be returning next year. After bullers we decided to visit Slains castle it was amazing....More
They're not the highest cliffs but they're stunning and there is a bit to park at and they're easy to find too. There is a natural arch. It's a stunning bit of coastline. Drive towards Peterhead and there's a further parking place with a stunning...More
One of the best places to get out of Aberdeen for a hike. Usually drop car around Cruden Bay and work our way along the cliffs till we get Bullers. You can see lots of wildlife especially all the different seabirds. Paths narrow at some...More
We hiked from the northern car park for the Bullers of Buchan down to Slains' Castle and into the town of Port Erroll on the coastal trail. The views along the cliffs were beautiful, and it was a great way to spend the morning.
Bullers of Buchan is bully. Meaning: Stronger than you, intimidating and daring you to just go on and try and to walk out there like you’re a fearless tightrope walker crossing Niagara Falls. You’ve got to be pretty bull headed to waddle up there and...More
We visited here on August 28th, 2018. It is relatively easy to find with GPS or Google maps. When we arrived it was not busy at all. The site is a short walk from the car park. Suffice to say that the area and the...More