There are many roads and paths throughout Glen Lethnot linking the glen to other areas.
The Priest & Whiskey road.
The "high road" starts at Drumcairn, past the now derelict shepherd's cottage at Dikehead, and on to the Craig of Finnoch, past the last signs of human habitation, the ruined Clachan of Finnoch. The "high road" carries on heading for nowhere, and ends abruptly on a hillside.
Two hundred years ago this was to be the shortest direct route to the south coming from Banffshire/Aberdeenshire, crossing the hills to Invermark, over again on to the road leading to Lethnot.
There are many hill roads on Hunt Hill estate. You can walk from Glen Lethnot to Glen Clova, the path takes you more or less to the top of Loch Whirral. From here you can follow the path to Loch Brandy and follow it back down to the Clova Hotel.
Hunting, Shooting and Fishing.
There are several Estates in the Glen Lethnot area: Hunt Hill, Nathro (part of Careston estate) and Gannochy. Contact the relevant estate offices for details.
Angus Riding for the Disabled
To encourage and promote those with disabilities to participate in riding in the Angus areas
Mrs Jean Thomson, Invereighty House, by Forfar, DD8 1XL
Tel: 01307 820 203
CL&D Activities Group, Music Group, Film Group
A variety of activities, music and film organised by the community Learning & Development department of Angus Council
Meets at Fairlie House, Kirkton Hill, Kirriemuir, Tuesday/Thursday, 7-9pm (12 years & upwards)
Ellie Fiddes Tel: 01575 574 089