Mountains and hills in Dundee & Angus

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  • A couple take in the view over the River Tay from Dundee Law, Dundee
    A couple take in the view over the River Tay from Dundee Law, Dundee
  • The River South Esk in Glen Cova during winter
    The River South Esk in Glen Cova
  • Glen Esk, Angus
    Glen Esk, Angus
  • Glenisla, Angus
    Glenisla, Angus

Explore the beautiful mountains and hills of Dundee & Angus and discover the landscape, history, wildlife and more. This stunning region includes the Angus Glens and the outer edges of Cairngorms National Park.

The unspoilt Angus Glens are found a short distance outside of Dundee and consist of Glen Prosen, Glen Clova, Glen Lethnot, Glen Isla and Glen Esk. Enjoy walks over heather-clad moorland and through wonderful forests teeming with wildlife.

Standing between Glenshee and Glen Isla is Mount Blair, where you can uncover prehistoric sites and stunning panoramic views of surrounding landscapes.

Use the listings below to find a mountain or hill in Dundee & Angus and plan a trip there.

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  1. Mount Blair

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    Hills & Mountains

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    Glen Prosen

    The sweeping, symmetrical cone of Mount Blair (Hill of the Moor) is well seen from Glen Shee and Glen Isla and offers excellent walking.

  2. Hill Of Alyth

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    Hills & Mountains

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    Glamis

    The word Alyth means `steep bank or rugged place' - with town and hill named as one.

  3. Ben Gulabin

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    Hills & Mountains

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    Glen Prosen

    Ben Gulabin is classified as a Corbett (mountain over 2500 ft) and provides an attractive backdrop for the settlement of Spittal of Glenshee.

  4. Monamenach

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    Hills & Mountains

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    Glen Prosen

    The name Monamenach derives from the Scots Gaelic word for 'Middle Hill'.

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