Paths For All Networks
Angus Council are developing networks of paths to improve countryside access around the Angus burghs.
View Path Network leaflets for:
- Arbroath (1.2 MB PDF)
Arbroath Path Network - Seaton Cliffs Path - please note that the path between Seaton Cliffs and Seaton Den is currently closed until further notice due to landslides and unstable ground. Alternative access from Seaton Cliffs to Seaton Den and the coastal path to Auchmithie is available via the beach in Carlingheugh Bay.
- Brechin (3.5 MB PDF)
- Forfar (1.8 MB PDF)
- Kirriemuir (3.3 MB PDF)
- Monifieth (1.6 MB PDF)
- Glen Clova Paths (1.2 MB PDF) Opens in a new window
- Glen Esk Paths (1.2 MB PDF) Opens in a new window
A number of community groups in Angus have also developed path networks. The links below have been provided for information only. Any enquiries should be directed to the community group.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Paths For All networks?
Networks of linked, signposted routes are being created to improve access to the countryside around towns. Where possible routes are accessible to cyclists and horseriders as well as to walkers. Some of the routes are suitable for disabled users and families with pushchairs.
Where are path networks being developed?
Over the next few years path networks will be created around each of the Angus burghs. The Forfar, Arbroath, Brechin, Kirriemuir and Monifieth networks have now been completed. The first phase of path improvements around Carnoustie has recently been completed, and plans are underway development of the Montrose network.
How are the routes chosen?
Members of the public and the landowning community are widely consulted to help identify potential routes around each town. Potential routes are discussed in detail with landowners before plans for a path network are finalised.
Where can I find out more information about path networks?
Who do I contact for further information?
If you have any specific queries or you would like to be involved in consultation you can contact:-
Countryside Access Officer
Planning and Transport Division
Forfar DD8 3LG
Tel: 01307 473220
View Angus Council's Countryside Access Strategy (90 KB PDF).
Service Page: pathsforall.htm
Service Details Last Reviewed : 19 April 2013