A Visitor Information Centre with wildlife, botanical and landscape interpretation lying in a Special Area of Conservation in the southern Cairngorms National Park.
This is a fantastic starting point for further exploration of the outstanding scenery of the Angus Glens home to iconic Scottish wildlife such as Red Deer, Golden Eagles and Red Squirrels. Short way marked walks and routes leading to Corrie Fee National Nature Reserve, Munros, Braemar, Lochnagar and Ballater all start here.
The Glen Cova Hotel is 3.8 miles away.
Information for Walkers and Climbers
Walkers heading further into the mountains should check Mountain Weather Information Service before setting out.
The Explore Glen Doll Trails are graded Easy; Moderate and Strenuous and run along typical forest tracks.
There may be areas where the terrain is not ideal. Discuss your requirements with the Countryside Rangers. Ideally contact us before travelling especially in winter.
Accessible toilets at Ranger Base - Free.
Baby change facilities are available in the Ranger Base when open.
Dogs, under proper control, are welcomed all year round. Please observe signs for restrictions especially during nesting season.
Rangers are available all year to lead pre-booked guided walks and to visit schools and community groups with a wide variety of activities and talks for all ages and abilities.
There is ample parking within the Country Park. Pay at the car park.