Sport and Leisure in Aberdeen, Inverurie and Aberdeenshire

There is so much to keep you active in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.  The range of facilities are wide, and there are numerous activities to attract all ages and abilities. There is always plenty to do, from indoor activities such as bowling, ice skating, tennis, or swimming in any of the good quality leisure centres, to invigorating outdoor pursuits in the various mountain sports facilities. Or maybe you would just prefer to go for breathtaking walks in the beautiful parks. Make sure you make time to see the fabulous Stone Circles at Inverurie and Garioch.

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The Beach Leisure Complex

There is family fun for all ages at Aberdeen's beachfront leisure complex.

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Garioch Indoor Bowling Centre, Inverurie

Provides fantastic all-weather fun for everyone. Challenge your friends to a ten-pin bowling match or try your hand to indoor bowling!

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Linx Ice Arena

Why not practice yor ice skating skills at Linx Ice Area, one Scotlands Premier ice rinks!

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Bennachie Hill Intro, credited to www.forestry.gov.uk

Bennachie Hill and Visitor Centre

One of the best known and most popular places to visit in north east Scotland and its rated in the top 5 of 90 things to do in Aberdeenshire!

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Craigdon Mountain Sports

Craigdon Mountain Sports in Inverurie - providing everything you need for the great outdoors!

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Craigdon Mountain Sports

Craigdon Mountain Sports in Aberdeen city centre - providing everything you need for the great outdoors!

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Duthie Park

Spans 44 acres and has many artefacts including a bandstand, fountains, ponds and statues. Also home to the largest collection of Cacti in Britain!

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Garioch Sports Centre, Inverurie

Garioch Sports Centre is a Trust run facility and offers an extensive range of activities to suit everyone's recreational needs.

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Stone Circles, Easter Aquhorthies, credited to www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk

Stone Circles in Aberdeenshire

Inverurie and Garioch is well known for its Stone Circles, Pictish Burial Sites and Standing Stones. They appear to date from the Bronze age!

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