Getting to and from Huntly and making you way around the town when you get here is easy. Aberdeen Airport is 45 minutes away on the direct, hourly Number 10 bus service run by Stagecoach. Huntly also has a station on the main Aberdeen-Inverness railway line. Huntly is the junction of the A96 Aberdeen-Inverness trunk road and the A97 leading to the Banffshire Coast or south to Strathdon and Deeside making it a convenient stopover point. Huntly provides an excellent base for touring the North East.

Once here, surprisingly quiet, undulating cycle roads make Huntly an excellent cycle destination. Mountain biking is available in nearby forests. The town and its surroundings provide an attractive walking environment. Town trails lead you e.g. in the footsteps of the 'father of modern fantasy writing' Huntly's own George MacDonald. Other trails lead you to the four hills surrounding the town and a strategic network of paths is being developed to link Huntly to other neighbouring communities. In short, Huntly provides you with a wide choice of walks of varying degrees of difficulty.

Andy Murray
 Painter and decorator also specialising in wood restoration 
D & G Groundcare Ltd.