The kilt is on. The sun is shining. I’ve got the Angus Glens almost entirely to myself and it’s days like this when the Scottish Highlands have no equal.  My journey takes me into Glen Clova, meandering my way north from Dundee into the national nature reserve of Corrie Fee and just sneaking into the Cairngorms National Park. The northern point of Glen Clova, Corrie Fee stretches around 5 kilometres. The site of a glacier around 12, 000 years ago it’s a spot that is today home to birds of prey, a wide variety of tree and plant life and….complete serenity.  From the start, everything about today exceeds my expectations. 

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