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From Jessie Porter's Nursery, carefully cross over Gilburn road and on to the path that runs between the playing fields and the site of the old Kingspark School.  Follow this path up and on to...

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Walks in Dundee, Walking

From the junction of Beauly Crescent and Forres Avenue, walk down Forres Avenue until you reach the big roundabout at Gilburn Road.  Turn left here and walk along Old Glamis Road (Caird Park will...

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Walks in Dundee, Walking

Going straight up the B955 from Kirrie to Dykehead is best. Carry on up the glen from there, but where the road divides at Gella Bridge, local cyclists feel safer turning right. This is because...

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Cycling and Mountain Biking, Walking

One of the six Angus glens, Glen Clova is a valley with superb views and an abundance of flora and wildlife.  It stretches northwest from Dykehead on the B955, following the River South Esk...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

Glen Damff is a relatively small glen that nestles quietly, and quite unknown, among the Braes of Angus. Lying to the north of the Backwater Reservoir (maintained by Scottish Water) between Glen...

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Woodland, Walking

The Angus Glens are part of Cairngorms National Park and offer a range of trails to explore and wildlife to discover.  There's something for everyone to enjoy at Glen Doll. Why not take a walk...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

The main B966 out of Brechin can be busy with fast traffic, which can be a bit uncomfortable on a bike. It's a little bit longer but by taking Cookston Road out of Brechin to Parkend, then turning...

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Cycling and Mountain Biking, Walking

In the upper valley there are numerous corries and waterfalls that give the glen a wildness.  Glen Esk still has a rich local history with Queens, castles, and cattle rustlers all part of the...

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Woodland, Walking

Glen Esk is the longest and most easterly of the Angus Glens and, like the others, is sparsely populated. To reach the Glen take the 15 mile road, just north of Edzell that climbs alongside the...

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Waterfalls, Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

A series of mountain walks reveals remote lochs and ancient pinewood remnants in the wild upper reaches. For those looking for something less strenuous, there is also plenty of scope for low level...

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Woodland, Walking

Although the Angus hills and glens of Clova and Prosen are possibly the best known and frequented, many walkers know little of the area around Glen Uig and Glen Quharity, to the south of Glen...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

Glen Prosen has the same wild and rugged splendour as the other Angus glens however it's geographically far smaller than Esk and Isla and has its own very distinct and intimate character. Like...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

Set off down a track which heads south-west from the bend in the road. It skirts by a brick shed, part of West Dron Farm, before descending to modernised cottages at the end of the track. Go left...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

You can start this run on either B951 from Kirriemuir or on B952 from Alyth, although the latter is not actually in Angus.  From Kirriemuir, cyclists can have a long and very hilly round trip by...

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Cycling and Mountain Biking, Walking

Glen Isla is the most westerly of the Angus Glens, and the only one that is a through route for cars.  The head of the glen lies close to the border with Aberdeenshire and is an important...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

There are three routes to choose from: the Bronze Route is a short walk past the Craft Centre, the Silver Route is a longer walk through the town and back through the park and the Gold Route is a...

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Walking

Dundee’s Global Trail will take you on intriguing historic Voyage of Discovery highlighting the extraordinary locations which make connections between Dundee and the rest of the world. While you...

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Walks in Dundee, Walking

Grandtully is a small hamlet in Perthshire, north east of Aberfeldy. This quaint hamlet sits on the River Tay where you have the opportunity to ride the white water rapids with several local...

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Wildlife, Woodland, Walking

Walk down Belsize Road and turn left into Margaret Crescent.  At the end of Margaret Crescent cross over Dundee Road West and onto Lower Broughty Ferry Road.  Turn to your left and walk along the...

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Walks in Dundee, Walking

Grassy Beach is a pleasant 1.6 Km stretch of mixed use path along the estuarine river front, from the Stannergate at the Eastern end of the port area, to the edge of Broughty Ferry at Douglas...

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Beach, Wildlife, Walking

South of Aberfeldy, this extensive forest normally has a variety of nature trails and excellent mountain biking opportunities.  For the spirited mountain biker, it is possible to cycle from...

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Cycling and Mountain Biking, Woodland, Walking