Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve ***
Region: Aberdeen(shire) & Moray
On the southern edge of the Cairngorms National Park is Scotland’s most dramatic glacial valley. This is a gem among gems! Corrie Fee was sculpted thousands of years ago by ice which left behind corries, cliffs, moraines and a meandering river. The main 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 trail to the edge of the forest to enjoy the views of this natural amphitheatre or take a full day to explore the uplands, this is nature at its best!
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