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Council closes popular coastal link path at Crovie over rockfall safety issue

By David Porter

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Aberdeenshire Council has said that due to the ongoing risk of large sections of rockfall at the Sneuk path running between Crovie and Gardenstown, it has been forced to introduce temporary access restrictions.

The path has been closed for safety reasons and until the stability of the rocks and slope has been assessed, no further access should be taken.

A spokesman said: "We are working to resolve the situation as soon as possible to reopen this popular route, and will provide further updates once the stability assessment has been made."

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