A flourish of flowers
Like a giant stone armchair, Corrie Fee is a wild amphitheatre of rocky landscape sculpted by the power of ice and water. The area is now a haven for the plants, birds and animals that are equipped to cope with the challenges of this harsh mountain environment. If you're lucky you might spot a golden eagle soaring overhead and in the future we hope you might hear the distinctive plop of the secretive watervole, as it drops back into the burn.
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