Angus Glens

The Glens of Angus are to the east of Perthshire, south of the Grampians and north of Dundee, a series of five glens (valleys) running parallel to each other and all of them beautiful, peaceful and offering plenty of relatively painless hillwalking opportunities.

  • Castles Nearby

    Invermark Castle

    16th century tower style house in Angus Glens with interesting history. It was used by local people to protect themselves and their cattle from rustlers coming dow the glen to rustle.

  • Angus Glens Events

    Angus Glens Walking Festival

    Ever since the very first walking festival in 2003, walkers having been coming back to Angus year after year to enjoy everything the area has to offer. From the breathtaking landscapes of the glens to impressive coastal views, Angus is the perfect backdrop for a walking holiday.

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