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Hillwalking Broom Hill, Angus


Broom Hill is adjacent to Glen Doll which is a valley carring White Water in Angus district
and running South East to River South Esk at head Glen Clova..
This Greenhill area is a beautiful Scottish Countryside that includes Fishing, Cycling, Sightseeing, Climbing and Touring.


Hillwalking Green Hill, Angus - Scottish Walks.

Length: 2 miles Duration:  3 hours.
Difficulty: 2/10 O.S. 44



Adjacent to Glen Doll and also accessable from the same car park as The Doll at Acharn, is the forest walk to The Strone and past the Cairn Broadlands ridge.

Commence on a well signed path for the walk and continue through the wide forestry route until you open out to a superb view of the valley and river under the Broadlands. There is a cut midway on this forested part, which offers an alternate route back to Acharn that was my prefered way, as it gives you a change of scenery.

The river on your left meanders past Moulzie farm and up to Broom Hill and The Strone, which is as far as I walked. However, a slight detour to any of the hills on your right, will give you a better look at the valley from a higher perspective, this is well worth considering.

3 hrs return.

River Forestry and Broom Hill
River Forestry
and Broom Hill
Cairn Broadlands from East
Cairn Broadlands
from East
A dry Moulzie Burn, Broom Hill
A dry Moulzie Burn,
Broom Hill
Looking back from Moulzie to Glen Clova
Looking back from
Moulzie to Glen Clova










This website is dedicated to my passion - Walking throughout Scotland.
I have tried to share my experiences with you, in the hope that you will have some idea where to walk and what to look out for on your travels.
This is not an Official Guide but use only as a helpful hints & ideas to get you through the terrain.