Since the very first walking festival in 2003, walkers having been coming back to Angus year after year to enjoy everything the area has to offer. From the breathtaking landscapes of the glens to impressive coastal views, Angus is the perfect backdrop for a walking holiday.
There really is something to suit everyone. For the most adventurous and experienced walks there are some very challenging routes such as the ever popular Jock's Road from Braemar to Glen Doll. This walk is taking place twice this year, so that more people than ever before can follow what is said to be the oldest Right of Way in Scotland.
View the online Angus Glens Walking Festival Programme to find a walk to suit all walking abilities.
Experienced mountain leaders, who have wide ranging local knowledge, guide each walk, accompanied by Countryside Rangers, Estate Managers and Ecologists who are on hand to share their knowledge of local history and wildlife, and can answer any questions you have. Download the 2013 programme.
As well as the wide variety of walks available on each day of the festival, walkers can also join in the evening entertainment on Satuday 1st June for A Taste of Angus. Join in the fun and experience local food, drink and entertainment that Angus has to offer.
The Angus Glens Walking Festival has been enjoyed by hundreds of walkers each year since 2003. Take a look at some of the photos taken over the past few years, and see for yourself what the countryside looks like in the East Coast of Scotland.
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If you'd like to get a sense of what the Angus Glens Walking Festival is all about, then view this short film of the festival.