This breathtaking landscape is a haven for scarce arctic-alpine plants, birds and animals.
This National Nature Reserve was sculpted thousands of years ago by ice which left behind corries, cliffs, moraines and a meandering river. Corrie Fee's path is popular all year round with hill walkers and the crags are well known for winter climbing. Watch out for beautiful alpine flowers, rare mountain willows clinging to the crags, golden eagles and peregrines.
The best time to visit for alpine plants is between mid June and mid August, and all year round for the breathtaking scenery.
The Ranger Base in Glen Doll holds information on the surrounding area, and the rangers lead guided walks (contact them on 01575 550233).
Public toilets (open 24 hours) and picnic benches are also available.
Further Information: SNH, Battleby, Redgorton, Perth, PH1 3EW, 01738444177.
Take the B955 from Kirriemuir to the Ranger Base in Glen Doll at the head of Glen Clova (car park with a small charge). Then walk two miles to the Reserve through Glen Doll forest.