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The Angus Glens, east of Perthshire, south of the Grampians
and north of Dundee – five glens from west to east
like the fingers of a hand each with its own special characteristics and each one worth a visit.
Discover hidden gems in the rolling countryside of this peaceful corner of Scotland. Glenisla, running parallel
to Glen Shee, is most westerly of the five and the only one where the road exits to the north, as well as the south.
Drive through the Grampian hills to Braemar and Deeside. It is made up of six parishes along the River Isla
these are Glenisla, Kilry and Lintrathen to the north and Airlie, Ruthven and Kingoldrum to the south.
Access to glenisla is from Alyth, Glenshee, Braemar, Kirriemuir and Forfar.
At the southern end of the glen, five miles north of Alyth by Bridge of Glenisla is Reekie Linn, a series of waterfalls
that plunge through a deep wooded gorge.
Places of interest: The Peel Coffee Shop and Country Trail to red deer paddock.
There is a new courtyard barn full of antiques, collectibles and gifts. Snack Lunches and home baking are available.
Regular craft workshops and Saturday afternoon demonstrations take place.
Directions: From Blairgowrie take A93 in the direction of Braemar.
Approximately 4 miles north of Bridge of Cally turn right - signpost Kirriemuir.
Follow road approx. 2 miles uphill and down dale. Bear left signpost Folda.
Pass Forter castle on your right with farm on the left.
After approx. half mile bear left – signpost Auchavan.
Carry on up Glenisla approx half mile - turn left at small white cottage follow sign Dalvanie.