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.
Forest track and well made path into Corrie Fee with steady climb. Optional steep extension on rocky path to climb up towards waterfall.
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Glen Doll car park (charge), Glen Clova.
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