Corrie Fee, Glen Clova

Corrie Fee is a truly dramatic location to visit, a massive bowl scooped out from the rugged mountainsides by a glacier during the Ice Age. It is also a National Nature Reserve for its rare plants and wildlife. An excellent path climbs gently to a viewpoint at the foot of the corrie; if you have the energy you can extend the route through the corrie and up the back towards the waterfall for a great view back.

Terrain

Forest track and well made path into Corrie Fee with steady climb. Optional steep extension on rocky path to climb up towards waterfall.

Public Transport

None to start. Traveline Scotland.

Start

Glen Doll car park (charge), Glen Clova. Map and directions.

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