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.

Seaton Cliffs has spectacular red sandstone cliffs with numerous sea caves, stacks, blowholes, arches and rock formations. The cliffs support a mosaic of habitats, including coastal grassland, sand dunes and woodland.

It's a bracing coastal walk skirting the swirling sea that can be enjoyed at any time of the year.

There are three routes to choose from:  the Bronze Route is a short walk around the old harbour area, the Silver Route is a walk past the remains of Arbroath Abbey and the Gold Route is a walk by the sea through two parks.

Situated just 3 miles from Dundee city centre, off Kingsway West (A90), Camperdown Country Park is the largest public park in Dundee.  With the stunning neo-classical Camperdown House as its centre-piece, the park covers an area of over 400 acres, and is home to no fewer than 190 species of trees. One of the most popular parks in Dundee, among locals and visitors alike, Camperdown is open all year round and offers a fantastic range of activities and events.

A disabled access guide is available for this park which can be viewed on the Disabledgo website.

Larghan Park is a large, 8.2 hectare park situated to the east of Coupar Angus and adjacent to the A84.  A skate park, football pitch, cricket oval and a privately operated multi sport court suitable for 5-aside football and tennis, are within the park.  The park is also a lovely place to sit or picnic and has some areas which are being managed to encourage biodiversity.