Glamping in Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve with horseback riding

In the wild Angus glens, Corrie Fee is one of Scotland's hidden and unspoilt gems.

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Glamping in Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve with horseback riding guide

Overview

Situated beneath the mountain peaks of Mayar and Driesh, Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve is a naturally sculpted amphitheatre of rocky landscape, surrounded by steep cliffs.The area is also an unexpected botanical paradise with rare arctic-alpine plants, such as alpine lady’s mantle and dwarf mountain willow, thriving in its harsh environment alongside wildlife including mountain hares, ptarmigans, snow buntings and the occasional golden eagle. The well-maintained walking path through Corrie Fee, which leads to the edge of Glen Doll Forest, is popular with hill walkers all year-round and its crags draw winter climbers. While there are no private campgrounds, the Forestry Commission has designated three wild tent camping spots in Glen Doll Forest: adjacent to Jock’s Road, in a former quarry above Acharn, and by the River South Esk south of Moulzie. All require a walk in.

When to go

The scenery in Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve is stunning year-round. The best time to visit to see flowering plants, such as blue milkwort and yellow tormentil is from mid-June through mid-August. Autumn offers the chance to see rutting red deer and the blooming purple heather, while the winter offers the most dramatic perspective of its arctic and alpine environments thanks to the deep snow and often-frozen waterfall.

Know before you go

  • The reserve is best accessed from the car park in Glen Doll, at the head of Glen Clova.
  • Wild campers, and all visitors, should adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code by leaving no trace.
  • Visitors heading onto the trail should have sturdy walking boots, warm and waterproof clothing, and food and drink for the day. 
  • A ranger base and toilets are by the Glen Doll car park.

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