Mayar & Driesh which are popular being in close proximity to The City of Dundee. The route starts from the Forestry Commission car-park just past Braedownie farm heading west slightly to reach a bridge which leads onto the old hill path into Corrie Kilbo. This path climbs onto the plateau by The Shank of Drumfollow which forms the grass shoulder between Corrie Kilbo and Corrie Fee. From this col climb onto Mayar and return to this col. From this col head up following a fence to the east to reach the summit of Driesh. To decend head north over scree then into Corrie Fee which leads back into Glendoll Forest on a path which eventually turns into a forest road crossing White Water and back to the Car Park. This is a beautiful area with high corries and valleys notably Corrie Fee. Corrie Fee is part of the Corrie Fee Nature Reserve and is where you'll find many rare subarctic plants situated on high mountian ledges away from dear & sheep. From the top of these hills you get excellent views across a large area including the Lochnagar Hills on the north, Glenshee to the west, and even out towards the North Sea on the east coast. From Mayar particularly on a clear day you can truly appreciate The Southern Cairngorms dominating the north from this peak. ]]> 260 Bridge 280 Dot 280 Waypoint 300 Dot 320 Waypoint 340 Dot 400 Dot 500 Waypoint 530 Dot 570 Dot 580 Forest 670 Waypoint 800 Dot 800 Waypoint 910 Dot 910 Dot 947 Mayar the neighbouring munro which is generally climbed in the same outing. Alternatively access can be found on the northern ridge via The Scorrie which is also a fine ascent route. If you plan to descend from Driesh remember to choose a place that avoids some of the dense plantations which will soak you after rain. From the summit point you get excellent views across a large area on a clear day including the Lochnagar Hills on the north, Glenshee to the west, and even out towards the North Sea on the east coast. The closeness of Driesh to the city of Dundee makes it a popular Munro with locals; in many ways making it the Dundonian equivalent to Ben Lomond near Glasgow. ]]> Summit 910 Waypoint 910 Dot 800 Dot 830 Waypoint 850 Dot 928 Driesh on the east about 3km and 140metres drop in height, so this munro is almost alway climbed on the same outing. Alternatively the southern Prosen side is quieter, and a more gentle path (Kilbo Path) leads up slopes top the col between Driesh - Mayar , this however has a far longer approach from the nearest public road. From the summit of Mayar you get excellent views across a large area including the Lochnagar Hills on the north, Glenshee to the west, and even out towards the North Sea on the east coast. On a particularly clear day you can truly appreciate The Southern Cairngorms dominating the north from this peak. The closeness of Mayar to the city of Dundee makes them popular munros with locals; in many ways making them the Dundonian equivalent to Ben Lomond near Glasgow. ]]> Summit 800 Waypoint 690 Waypoint 550 Dot 500 Dot 450 Waypoint 440 Forest 410 Dot 380 Dot 340 Dot 320 Bridge 320 Parking Area 290 Dot 290 Dot 290 Dot 280 Parking Area 260 Dot 260 Bridge 280 Dot 280 Waypoint 300 Dot 320 Waypoint 340 Dot 400 Dot 500 Waypoint 530 Dot 570 Dot 580 Forest 670 Waypoint 800 Dot 800 Waypoint 910 Dot 910 Dot 947 Mayar the neighbouring munro which is generally climbed in the same outing. Alternatively access can be found on the northern ridge via The Scorrie which is also a fine ascent route. If you plan to descend from Driesh remember to choose a place that avoids some of the dense plantations which will soak you after rain. From the summit point you get excellent views across a large area on a clear day including the Lochnagar Hills on the north, Glenshee to the west, and even out towards the North Sea on the east coast. The closeness of Driesh to the city of Dundee makes it a popular Munro with locals; in many ways making it the Dundonian equivalent to Ben Lomond near Glasgow. ]]> Summit 910 Waypoint 910 Dot 800 Dot 830 Waypoint 850 Dot 928 Driesh on the east about 3km and 140metres drop in height, so this munro is almost alway climbed on the same outing. Alternatively the southern Prosen side is quieter, and a more gentle path (Kilbo Path) leads up slopes top the col between Driesh - Mayar , this however has a far longer approach from the nearest public road. From the summit of Mayar you get excellent views across a large area including the Lochnagar Hills on the north, Glenshee to the west, and even out towards the North Sea on the east coast. On a particularly clear day you can truly appreciate The Southern Cairngorms dominating the north from this peak. The closeness of Mayar to the city of Dundee makes them popular munros with locals; in many ways making them the Dundonian equivalent to Ben Lomond near Glasgow. ]]> Summit 800 Waypoint 690 Waypoint 550 Dot 500 Dot 450 Waypoint 440 Forest 410 Dot 380 Dot 340 Dot 320 Bridge 320 Parking Area 290 Dot 290 Dot 290 Dot 280 Parking Area 260 Dot