The St Vigeans Nature Trail sets off from the tiny village of St Vigeans, dominated by an impressive sandstone church sitting atop a small hill in the centre of the community. Below, in the crescent of quaint little cottages, is a small museum, housing a collection of Pictish artifacts. This is well worth a quick visit, as is the steeply sloping graveyard, home to many interesting and unusual headstones. The trail itself, lined with trees and shrubs that are home to birds and foxes, runs through predominantly open country. Accompanied for much of the way by a bubbling wee stream, it skirts by Letham Grange, a mansion house hotel boasting its own 18 hole golf course.

Available Activities: 
Wildlife
Woodland
Walking