Angus Glens

Angus wide

Five glens (valleys) from West to East like the fingers of a hand - each one with its own special characteristics and each one well worth a visit.

Activities of all kinds are on offer throughout the Angus Glens, and there are all manner of things to do, and places to visit.

Hillwalking is a particular favourite, and the Angus Glens are host to the Annual Walking Festival in Summer. At other times, the Ranger Service, based at Glen Doll, offer group and guided walks and talks throughout the year.

The Cairngorms National Park embraces a substantial area of the Glens, and there are National Nature Reserves at Corrie Fee, Kinnordy Loch and Glen Ogil.

Man made landmarks include enigmatic standing stones, atmospheric ruined castles, the Airlie Monument, and stately homes such as Glamis Castle, birthplace of the late Queen Mother.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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