Loch Wharral is one of two spectacular glacial corrie lochans carved into the hills above Glen Clova.
This hike through the Sidlaw Hills, to the north of Dundee, was born of a sunny Spring afternoon stravaig which, as any seasoned walker or scholar of the Scots tongue will tell you, is simply an aimless wander.
Bessie’s Cairn in Glen Isla is a stout little landmark tucked away in one of the remotest corners of Angus.
Playwright J M Barrie’s classic story about the little boy who never grew up – Peter Pan – has captivated and enthralled generations of children and adults.
Recumbent Hill of Cat rises lazily from Glen Esk but the ascent, via the historic Firmounth Road, is anything but restful. It is a long and arduous hike, sweat and toil eventually rewarded with panoramas over Angus, to the south, and Deeside and the mountains of the Cairngorms, to the north.
Backwater Reservoir, Glen Isla, Angus
Hare Cairn, Glen Isla, Angus.
The Links, Carnoustie, Angus
Black Hill, Glen Lethnot, Angus
Walking to the beach along country tracks and paths flanked by hedgerows, buckets, spades and picnic in tow, always brings back happy memories of childhood summer holidays.