Ever wanted to get to grips with an extreme sport like coasteering or gorge walking? Or maybe you’ve fancied having a go at something more laid back like horse riding? From 7 – 8 September you’ll have the chance to experience all these activities and more during the Angus Autumn Adventures festival.
Both adults and children will be able to enjoy a whole weekend of exciting outdoor activities set against the outstandingly beautiful glens, hills, rivers, forests and dramatic coastline of Angus. Rock climbing, navigation, quad biking, bird watching, clay target shooting and archery are just some of the activities that feature in this year’s festival programme, and all are led by fully-qualified and accredited instructors. A free Family Fun Day will also be held at Monikie Country Park on 8 September.
To mark the Year of Natural Scotland, several additional activities will take place to celebrate the abundant and diverse wildlife of Angus including a children’s nature walk, an expedition into breathtaking Glen Doll led by one of Angus Council’s experienced rangers, and even a bat evening at Forfar Loch.
A unique opportunity to experience a fantastic range of outdoor activities in stunning surroundings, the Angus Autumn Adventures festival is a brilliant way for the whole family to enjoy the great outdoors.
Take a look at the Angus Autumn Adventures programme to find out more about the activities on offer and make bookings.
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