7th and 8th September 2013
Angus Autumn Adventures is the festival which gives you the chance to enjoy the great outdoors and perhaps have a go at something you have never tried before. Whether it be a high adrenalin activity such as coasteering or gorge walking, or something more sedate such as riding lessons there is something for everyone. We also offer activities for all ages, with children being able to partcipate in many of the activities.
All of our activities are carried out by fully-qualified and accredited companies and individuals who all have something in common - they are passionate about the outdoors and the Angus countryside. So who better to share your experience with?
A new addition to the programme this year is the family fund day at Monikie Park on Sunday 8 September. Monikie Family Fun Day is FREE to attend and you don't have to book. Bring the whole family along to this fun event where you can try out activities such as mini-golf and the 'lazer-zone'. You will even have the opportunity to try out circus skills including unicycling and juggling!
In this Year of Natural Scotland, there is no better place to take part in outdoor activities than in Angus. From magnificent mountains in the southern tip of the Cairngorms National Park to the rugged cliffs and wildlife-rich couastline, Angus boasts some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland.
Angus is situated on the east coast of Scotland, with beautiful scenery and great travel links to the rest of Scotland. The Angus Glens – Isla, Prosen, Clova, Lethnot and Esk reach from the lowlands of the Strathmore Valley into the southern edge of the Cairngorms National Park. The glens are ideal for walking and many other activities, with some of the finest views in Scotland, and plenty of flora and fauna to explore.
The coastline of Angus is breathtaking, with spectacular cliff paths and beautiful sandy beaches. A rich diversity of sea birds can be seen along the coast, and you might even spot a
During the weekend, why not take time out from all the activities to try out some of the superb local produce you can find here in Angus? Arbroath is home to the famous Arbroath Smokie, or why not sample a Forfar bridie? There are many fine restaurants and cafes in the area which suit all tastes and budgets.