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Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve

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Lovely walk; beautiful scenery

We were a group of 3 adults and 4 children (6,6,3&2 years old). At a fairly slow pace the walk took... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2018
jennie r
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Kirriemuir, United Kingdom
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Simply stunning

Wow, wow, wow Only a three mile walk along a path, with gradual inclines and you reach Natures... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2016
Samantha E
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1 Jul 2018
“Lovely walk; beautiful scenery”
10 Sep 2016
“Simply stunning ”
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Situated above Glen Doll at the head of Glen Clova in the Angus Glens is Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve. This is one of the most important sites for arctic-alpine plants in Britain. The NNR comprises Corrie Fee, one of the best examples of a...more
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Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

We were a group of 3 adults and 4 children (6,6,3&2 years old). At a fairly slow pace the walk took 1.5 hours there and an hour back. The are parts that are uphill (which was tough with a pushchair) but the majority was manageable....More

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Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

We were a group of 3 adults and 4 children (6,6,3&2 years old). At a fairly slow pace the walk took 1.5 hours there and an hour back. The are parts that are uphill (which was tough with a pushchair) but the majority was manageable....More

2  Thank jennie r
Reviewed 10 September 2016 via mobile

Wow, wow, wow Only a three mile walk along a path, with gradual inclines and you reach Natures amphitheatre. Stunning The photos do not do it justice. The enormity and expanse makes you realise how insignificant you are. My no 1 spot. Love this place...More

Thank Samantha E
Reviewed 24 March 2016 via mobile

Lovely day out here with my wife and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a walk n day out with there family or friends lovey seeing the stags up on the ridge

Thank Danny P
Reviewed 26 October 2015 via mobile

Only stunning and picturesque can described way awaits u after a trek up a small gradient hill to this beautiful view ....A valley surrounded by the hills on three sides ....A must to visit if u r up Glen doll

Thank happywanderer1960
Reviewed 20 September 2015

Starting as a pleasant walk climbing up the hill through the forest for some 40 minutes in no rush, once arrived in front of the impressive amphitheatre, the route becomes slightly harder. Walking approx 15 mins the bottom of the glen, at the base of...More

2  Thank Carili
Reviewed 1 September 2015

After a gentle walk through the forest from the car park you climb a small rise to be met with the most stunning view towards the waterfall in the distance. If this doesn`t stop you in your tracks nothing will. It was totally unexpected on...More

Thank ronnieegan
Reviewed 11 April 2010

I live nearby in Kirriemuir and just have to bring the dog up here a couple of times a year. A truely fantastic wander.

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