Activities of all kinds are on offer throughout the Angus Glens, and there are all manner of things to do, and places to visit.
Hillwalking is a particular favourite, and the Angus Glens are host to the Annual Walking Festival in Summer. At other times, the Ranger Service, based at Glen Doll, offer group and guided walks and talks throughout the year. For more sporting outdoor pursuits, several Estates in the Glens, offer deer stalking, game shooting and fishing in season.
The Cairngorms National Park embraces a substantial area of the Glens, and there are National Nature Reserves at Corrie Fee, Kinnordy Loch and Glen Ogil. Man made landmarks include enigmatic standing stones, atmospheric ruined castles, the Airlie Monument, and stately homes such as Glamis Castle, birthplace of the late Queen Mother.
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Museums and Libraries, Galleries, and craft shops can be found in bustling town centres, alongside Farmer's Markets, plentiful with local and organic produce.
Kirriemuir, one of the 'Gateways to the Glens', showcases a variety of musical events to suit every taste during the year, including local bands, R&B, Pipe Bands, & 'The Hairst, folk festival.
Brechin, another of the 'Gateway' towns, hosts a lively annual Arts Festival in September, the annual, agricultrual, Angus Show each June, and has one of the loveliest Cathedrals in existence, featuring a Saxon Roud Tower alonside its Romanesque architecture.
From a mad 'burl' at a ceilidh dance, to the peace and solitude of the Glens themselves, far from the madding crowd.