Calling all adventure enthusiasts! Angus is home to many outdoor activities to get involved in, with watersports off the coast, hillwalking in the atmospheric hills and glens, and even city adventures around iconic sites and attractions.
One of the world’s most anticipated cultural attractions, the V&A Dundee is set to open in September 2018 complete with exhibitions, displays, collections and more to inspire your creativity. Remarkably crafted inside and out, the building in and of itself is worth a visit to Dundee.
Head to Lunan Bay and explore the picturesque beach that has attracted a variety of visitors to its shores, from ferocious Vikings to curious travellers like yourself, it’s a popular place for everyone. Backed by sand dunes the beach offers a haven for surfers, horse riders and walkers alike, with traditional fishing still practiced here. Spot the ruined Red Castle perched on the cliff top overlooking the bay, which once was a lookout for Viking invaders.
Hop aboard the Caledonian Railway from the Brechin Station in the centre of Angus and journey in and around the region where themed events being held throughout the year.
Day two starts bright and early with a morning of hiking through the Angus Glens. Glen Doll Forest boasts scenic trails, woodlands and views with sites perfect for a picnic or explore Corrie Fee, a National Nature Reserve. Make sure you wander through Glen Clova – one of the five Angus Glens – which boasts stunning views alongside an abundance of flora and wildlife.
In the afternoon, why not head to Monikie Country Park for guided walks and self-led trails as well as an adventure play park that the kids will love. Head to the bird sanctuary to see a variety of species as well as a 50 acre watersports site featuring activities such as windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and many more.
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