The 13th annual Angus
Glens Walking Festival took place from Thursday 4 - Sunday 7 June 2015. This four day
festival is now well established in Scotland ’s outdoor activities
calendar. In 2015, walkers came to Angus to enjoy the stunning
scenery, beautiful landscapes and took advantage of the fantastic wildlife watching opportunities.
Experienced Mountain Leaders, many of whom live or work
locally, guided each walk, and Countryside Rangers and Estate
Managers enhanced the visitors experience with their adept knowledge of local
history and wildlife.
This is a popular walking festival in Scotland which provides the opportunity to walk along Jock's Road, Scotland's Oldest Right of Way. You can also 'bag a Munro' including Mount Keen, Broad Cairn, Tom Buidhe, Driesh and Mayar.
This year’s festival is kindly sponsored by Peel Farm. Peel Farm offers arts,
crafts, gifts, antiques along with a farm shop and café, in a stunning rural
location near to Loch of Lintrathen, Kirriemuir.
View the Angus Glens Walking Festival walk grading information.