Angus offers miles of unspoiled, natural charm. Amidst the breath-taking scenery, there are idyllic beaches, unspoiled glens and rugged mountains to explore. In an area of just 2,200 square kilometres rolling countryside, rugged cliffs, awe-inspiring wilderness, seaside towns, market burghs, turreted castles and ancient relics stand side-by-side.
Angus - the perfect place for an Outdoor Adventure. Find out more about Angus and what else there is to see and do during your visit. If you're looking for directions and information about travelling here by road, rail and air, you can find it on our how to get here page - there's also a handy public transport journey planner.
Outdoor Angus Group
Outdoor Angus was set up in 2008 by a group of business owners who wanted to showcase the wide range of outdoor activities available in the area. The group comprises an eclectic mix of activity, equipment and accommodation providers, who all share an enduring and passionate interest in the great outdoors. Find out more about Outdoor Angus Group.
Hugh Thomas Munro
Hugh Munro was one of the founder members of the Scottish Mountaineering Club in 1889 and he undertook the task of listing all the Scottish mountains over 3,000 feet - which would later be named Munros. Find out more the man behind the challenge!
Find out more about activities suitable for disabled ramblers.
Safety & Access Rights
Safety is of utmost importance to Outdoor Angus. The Outdoor Angus activity specialists, many of whom are highly-skilled mountain leaders, will be able to advise you on any safety requirements for your chosen activity and will answer any concerns you may have.
Tayside Mountain Rescue deals with an average of 27 incidents each year - we don't want to add to that number. Visit their website at http://www.taysidemrt.org.uk for information on the team, mountain safety and how you can help fund this volunteer service.
Your access rights and responsibilities are explained fully in the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.