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Angus Glens

Eastern Highlands | Glen Clova, Kirriemuir, Scotland
+44 1575 550233
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Lovely but....

Lovely picturesque glens but unfortunately there’s no parking until you get to the end of the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
margaret h
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Leeds, United Kingdom
Well worth the visit

if your ever on a loose end of what to do i'd highly recommend taking a trip out to the Angus Glens... read more

Reviewed 15 November 2017
Brian D
,
Arbroath, United Kingdom
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Eastern Highlands | Glen Clova, Kirriemuir, Scotland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely picturesque glens but unfortunately there’s no parking until you get to the end of the glens. Glen Clova is a bit better than the others but many other Scottish glens have many pull offs n paths from them. It’s such a shame that there’s...More

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Reviewed 15 November 2017

if your ever on a loose end of what to do i'd highly recommend taking a trip out to the Angus Glens a fantastic place to go for a walk whether its a walk up to the breath taking Corrie Fee or Loch Brandy Glen...More

Thank Brian D
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Reviewed 7 November 2017 via mobile

Not everyone is blessed with having such a stunning area on their doorstep but I’m glad I have been, this area has been a huge part in my life from an early age, I have fond memories of camping in Glen Doll campsite which has...More

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Reviewed 10 September 2017 via mobile

If you have friends or family visiting from the city a trip up to the glens is essential and make a stop at Blackwater dam - the air is fresh and clean. I don't think there is anywhere else that's so lush and green

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Reviewed 26 August 2017 via mobile

Just love this part of our bonny country. Been visiting here since I wad an infant and my parents visited for years before I was ever around. Seen many changes in this area but the glens stay much the same. Just busier. If you love...More

Thank Deirdre S
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Reviewed 14 August 2017

These Glens are beautiful. Some lovely walks let you really explore the magnificent countryside and is suitable for all ages.

Thank lindarO4523IO
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Reviewed 13 August 2017

The Angus Glens form a network of amazing sorties onto the high plateau at the eastern edge of the Cairngorms with tracks taking you across Mount Keen (most easterly munro), the White Mounth (Jocks Road) taking you to Loch Callater and Braemar, and the Capel...More

Thank Frank R
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Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

Took a solo drive around The Great Loop of Road which takes one from the north of The Little Red Town of Kirriemuir right up one side of the majestic hills to the left, on to the the top of Glen Clova, taking in the...More

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Reviewed 25 July 2017

Good in all Seasons but even in Summer one can encounter very difficult conditions at higher levels - watch out for hypothermia

Thank RHB711
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Reviewed 14 July 2017

I live in Australia but visit Scotland regularly, and always make time to go hiking in one of the Angus glens. Glen Esk is my favourite, probably because I know it the best. Favourite walks/hikes from Esk are: 1) up to the falls of Unich...More

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mritim
Hi, my name is Rachael and I am using my partners account to ask a few quick questions regarding Glen Clova. I notice a huge characteristic of this splendid location are the tall trees - I am an amateur photographer as well as my partner, we are consistently learning new things and I can see a huge potential for catching some decent and bold sunrays/sunbeams through the trees. I was wondering whether anyone had witnessed this in this location, I appreciate the weather conditions have to be correct in order for nature to show this spectacular scene but if anyone has seen this fabulous event I would like to know the time of year and whether it was a morning or afternoon? (Although I think morning would be most likely). My last question is whether any of you have managed to take photos like this and if so, whether there is a chance of showing me. I just love nature, especially sunbeams, I think they are majestic and beautiful. Any advice is greatly appreciated, thank you. :o)
16 September 2016|
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Response from Sand M | Reviewed this property |
Yeh this is an awesome place whatever the weather. Early morning summertime should get you sunbeams bursting onto the carpet floor. Higher climbs will give you nice wildlife and pretty shots. There's a fast running stream... More
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