Glen Doll car park and the Corrie Fee Trail are open. All other Forestry and Land Scotland waymarked trails remain closed due to storm damage at Glen Doll.
For more detailed information on closures, please phone the Ranger Base at Glen Doll.
Like a giant stone armchair, Corrie Fee is a wild amphitheatre of rocky landscape sculpted by the power of ice and water. The area is now a haven for the plants, birds and animals that are equipped to cope with the challenges of this harsh mountain environment. If you’re lucky, you might spot a golden eagle or peregrine falcon soaring overhead.
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. Whether you want to walk along the Fee trail to the edge of the forest to enjoy the views of this natural amphitheatre or take a full day to explore the uplands, there is plenty to explore and enjoy at Corrie Fee.
There is a visitor reception at the Angus Glens Ranger Base offering informative displays and a wide range of Cairngorms National Park leaflets, including walks in Glen Clova and Glen Doll, Glen Esk and cycling in the Angus Glens.
Public Toilets at Glen Doll Ranger Base:
- May to August – 9am to 8pm
- September to April – 9.15am to 4pm
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Angus from the Air
Angus is home to some truly spectacular locations – from the breathtaking scenery of the rolling hills and glens, to the sandy white beaches and sheer cliff faces on our coastline.
You can experience Angus from the comfort of your own home with our stunning drone films and be inspired to plan your next visit to Angus to see these amazing locations in person. See our Angus from the Air blog for more.
Take a look at this stunning footage of Corrie Fee.
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