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Glenshee is located in a central position in Scotland, with all of Scotland’s major cities no more than two hours’ drive away. Offering some of the highest peaks in Scotland, fertile farmland and rolling hills, the rugged landscape is breath-taking.  You’ll  find skiing, llama trekking, gin distillery tours, geocaching, and more.


Clach Na Coileach (The Cockstane)

 In the 15th century the Lords Superior of the glen were the Earls of Atholl. Their taxmen collected their dues on a regular basis. Quite often they would take a little more than they were actually due.

On one occasion,... read more

Clach Na Coileach (The Cockstane)

The Cock’s Stone lies close to west side of the A93, just a few hundred yards north of the Wee House of Glenshee. It’s said to symbolise the moment a cockerel confronted the tax men in the 15th Century.

The Cairnwell Pass

Historically, the pass was a drover's route from the Lowlands to the Highlands.  At the summit is the Glenshee Ski Centre, Scotland's largest and oldest ski centre. 

A mile south of the summit, the road used to to include a... read more

The Cairnwell Pass

With a summit altitude of 670m (2199 ft), the Cairnwell Pass is the highest public road in the United Kingdom.

Glas Maol Munros Circuit

The Glas Maol Circuit is a group of four Munros (mountains over 3,000 ft or 914.4 m) to the east of the Cairnwell Pass. These have been developed for skiing but also offer hiking opportunities in the summer months.

Connecting Contours Art Installation

Located at the southern edge of the Cairngorms National Park, the Devil’s Elbow is a site of beauty and simplicity.  Connecting Contours seeks to enhance this dramatic setting by creating a subtle and respectful intervention, drawing on... read more

Connecting Contours Art Installation

One of three scenic route installation on the Snow Roads enticing you to discover new perspectives on stunning viewpoints. Connecting Contours by Daniel Smith and Philip Zoechbauer offers a place of quiet contemplation surrounded by Glenshee hills.

Auchintaple Loch

Auchintaple Loch is a secluded stretch of water surrounded by the greenery of larch and pine trees.  The loch is man-made, created by the Victorians so they could go trout fishing.  Hidden in the landscape of Glen Isla, the loch... read more

Auchintaple Loch

Hidden in the Angus Glens, Auchentaple Loch can be found on the route of the Cateran Trail and is a haven for wildlife.

Glenshee

Glenshee is located in a very central position in Scotland, with all of Scotland’s major cities no more than two hours’ drive away. Offering some of the highest peaks in Scotland, fertile farmland and rolling hills, the rugged landscape of... read more

Glenshee

Glenshee is known as the Glen of the Fairies due to its magical atmosphere and it caters for year-round sports against a rugged backdrop.

http://www.glenofthefairies.co.uk/

The Serpent's Stone

The stone can be accessed easily from the Compass Christian Centre just off the A93, or by the unclassified road from Forter to Auchavan and the Glen Beanie track by Dalvanie Farm. 

The stone bears a curious twisting hole and... read more

The Serpent's Stone

The Serpent's Stone is a large boulder on the north side of Loch Beanie with curious markings. The story goes that a witch transformed into a snake to hid there from a local laird who blamed her for the death of his son.