Like a giant stone armchair, Corrie Fee is a wild amphitheatre of rocky landscape sculpted by the power of ice and water. The area is now a haven for the plants, birds and animals that are equipped to cope with the challenges of this harsh mountain environment. If you’re lucky, you might spot a golden eagle or peregrine falcon soaring overhead. Corrie Fee’s path is popular all year round with hill walkers and the crags are well known for winter climbing. Whether you want to walk along the Fee trail to the edge of the forest to enjoy the views of this natural amphitheatre or take a full day to explore the uplands, there is plenty to discover and enjoy at Corrie Fee.
The best time to visit for alpine plants is between mid-June and mid-August, and all year round for the breathtaking scenery.
- Car park
- Natural Heritage Service - Ranger Service
- Water - Pond / Loch / Burn / River
- Wildlife viewing
Corrie Fee, Glen Clova, DD8 4RD, National DD84RD