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Deeside Books

18-20 Bridge Street, Ballater, Aberdeenshire, AB35 5QP
T: 01339 754080
Accepts customer orders
Accepts Gift Cards
Accepts Paper Vouchers
Accepts E-Gift Vouchers
Local parking - free

Bookshop Description: (Est. 1997)

We stock a wide range of books and also sell Games & Toys, Greeting Cards, Stationery, and many other items.

Opening hours:

Mon-Sat 9.30am-5pm, Sun 11am-5pm



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New Book: The Mounth Passes by Graham J. Marr


Deeside Books, Ballater, Aberdeenshire, AB35 5QP
T: 01339 754080   W:

Offer Details

Deeside is separated from the areas to the south by the long range of hills known as the Mounth, and the only low lying routes were therefore near the coast. Historically, before the development of modern road transport, walking routes would have been the shortest and most viable means of communication for the majority of people, even if it meant crossing relatively high ground. Many of these ancient paths, tracks and roads would have developed in the far distant past, and thus have great cultural, military and commercial significance.

As with The Old Deeside Road Revisited, when trying to retrace these old routes, the author recounts both the historical aspect and also his own experiences on the ground. Significantly, his depth of knowledge concerning the hill walking areas of the region is more than apparent, and all of this helps to make an authoritative volume on the subject of the Mounth passes.

Offer Terms

The book retails at £12.99 and is available from:
Deeside Books,
18 - 20 Bridge Street,
AB35 5QP
or from our website:


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