Walk and Explore Scotland

Highland Walks from our doorstep

Give your stress wings - let it fly away in the Highlands in Scotland

There is a wealth of things to do and see in Glenesk and nearby. Walking, fishing, bird watching, horse riding, and cycling. Local attractions include Invermark Castle, Queen's Well, Loch Lee, Falls of Unich, the Falls of Damffand, and Mount Keen, the most easterly of the Munros.

Walking in the highlands 

Walking and hiking are popular activities here. Walking is a great way to enjoy yourself, getting out into the country relaxes you from your daily pressures. 

Mountain biking 

Mountain biking is another popular way of exploring the local area. Feel free to ask for more details if you wish to ride any route. 

Romantic break 

Escape together on a romantic break here and we believe it will deepen your love for each other, and you'll fall head over heels for the landscape too. 

Glen Mark & Queen's Well 

A fairly easy walk in good weather, leading to the wilder but beautiful Glen Mark at the head of Glen Esk. Visit the ornamental well erected to commemorate a visit by Queen Victoria before returning along the glen. 

Mount Keen 

Biking and hiking route up Mount Keen from Glen Mark and Glen Esk. If you want to get up high and enjoy a bit of solitude on your walks then the most easterly Munro, Mount Keen, is a good place to head. 

Loch Lee and the waterfalls 

This walk visits Loch Lee and then climbs to the stunning Falls of Unich and the Falls of Damff. The walk starts at Invermark and follows a footpath along the Water of Lee to the loch, passing the 15th century Invermark Castle on the way. 

If the outdoors are your thing, you're in the perfect area. We're surrounded by vast natural expanses, rolling hills, and all of nature's finest flora and fauna 

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