There are many paths and trails available to walkers of all abilities.
At the foot of the Glen there is a car park beside the Cairn dedicated to Scot of the Antarctic. This car park serves as a base for the ¾ mile walk up to the Airlie Monument. This replica of one of the towers on Airlie Castle commemorates the death in the Boer war of one of the earls of Airlie. The view, again, is superb, both across the vale of Strathmore and up Glens Clova and Prosen.
A new Car Park and foot bridge in Prosen village service the Minister`s Path, a gentle walk over to Clova, and an exciting new foot path leading West, This meanders along the prosen, then strikes uphill to Colmuir, and a hill track leading to Glenisla and the Cateran Trail.
Just below Prosen village, a road bridge crosses the Prosen river, turning right takes you up to the head of the glen where you can park, and walk in the Forestry Commission woods or on up to join the Kilbo path which in turn leads into Glenisla or Glenclova. It is also a good access to the Munro tops of the Driesh & Mayar hills.
The top of the Glen lies within the Cairngorms National Park. The Park authorities organise walks and other activities within all of the glens.
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