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  Bullers Of Buchan , Aberdeenshire
by stevezero

The Bullers Of Buchan is an amazing natural phenomonem. It is a huge hole surrounded by 65m high clifffs. It was once a cave whose roof fell in, leaving the features as seen today.
You can walk right around the feature, but extreme care is needed as there are no fences and huge drops into the sea below.
The is also a great walk along the red cliffs nearby, whith equally long falls for the unweary.

Located just off the A90 between Cruden Bay and Peterhead, Aberdeenshire

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  • Written Mar 28, 2005
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