Glenesk, Brechin, Angus. DD9 7YP
Your Home from Home in the Highlands - The Burn is a unique short-stay study and leisure-break centre at the foot of one of Scotland's most scenic glens. The Burn is a small country estate which offers an escape from the unending demands of the modern world. It is an ideal location for academic retreats and study groups. It is also the perfect setting for getting together with friends and family and the best place for enjoying a short-break in one of Scotland’s most secret corners.
The Rivers North Esk and South Esk are two of the most prolific and attractive salmon and sea trout rivers in Scotland, flowing through Angus into the sea on the East Coast near Montrose. In addition to caring for these two fine rivers, the Trust's remit includes conservation and habitat improvement work on lesser known Bervie and Lunan Waters.
The Highland Boundary Fault is a major fault zone that traverses Scotland from Arran and Helensburgh on the west coast to Stonehaven in the east. It separates two distinctly different physiographic and geological terrains: the Highlands from the Lowlands, and in most places it is recognisable as a change in topography. Where rivers cross the fault, they often pass through gorges, and the associated waterfalls can be a barrier to salmon migration.