The Angus Coastal Route from Dundee to Aberdeen takes you along 58 miles of beautiful coastline, nature reserves and country parks.  The route begins in Dundee, with its fascinating industrial heritage and maritime traditions and takes you north to Aberdeen; a stunning city of glittering granite.

Along this route you will discover a spectacular coastline with picturesque seaside resorts - Broughty Ferry, Monifieth, Carnoustie, Arbroath, Montrose, Inverbervie, and Stonehaven.

Leisurely Walk: walks for reasonably fit people with a little country walking experience. May include unsurfaced rural paths. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are recommended.

From Tentsmuir car park, follow the pinecone waymarkers along the forest track leading west, signposted to Morton Lochs. You will reach the edge of the forest, at Junction 7. Continue to follow the pinecone waymarkers until you reach Morton Lochs, where you can follow the lochside Feather Walks or watch for wildlife from one of the four hides located around the water.

Relax by the River Tay on this delightful walk along peaceful waterside paths lined with mature leafy deciduous trees and carpets of wildflowers. The route starts in the charming Perthshire village of Dunkeld where whitewashed houses with crow-step gables and neatly clipped lawns crowd the magnificent ruins of the historic cathedral at the heart of the friendly wee community. It's a popular spot for tourists, but you will quickly escape the crowds as you venture out along the riverside, sharing the calm tranquillity with the salmon fishermen. The return leg of the route passes below the crags of King's Seat where you may be lucky enough to see a Golden Eagle.