Consultation is open (until 27 August) for comments for a proposed Road Hump within Old Edinburgh Road, Bridge of Earn, at its junction with the A912 (Main Street), Bridge or Earn. Read more
Well-known mountaineer, long-distance walker and author Cameron McNeish has become patron to Perthshire’s countryside charity. Read more
The Cateran Trail – one of Scotland’s Great Trails – is set to get its own Rangers to help everyone get the best visitor experience along the well-loved route. Read more
Read survey responses for the community consultation for six proposed walking and cycling routes through Abernethy, as part of a wider project between Bridge of Earn and Newburgh. Read more
For those walkers looking for a two-day adventure, the Cateran Mini Trail offers the ideal opportunity to sample some of the best bits of the Cateran Trail over a weekend or for a short break.
Nestled on the banks of the River Ericht in the heart of Scotland, the Perthshire town of Blairgowrie & Rattray is ideally located for a day trip and or use as a base to explore Central and Eastern Scotland.
Explore and download maps of the River Tay Way's walking and cycling routes!
The Supporting the Cateran Trail Scheme is creating a way for businesses and accommodation providers along the Cateran Trail to contribute towards the improvement and maintenance of the much-loved route.
You can now help raise funds for Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust when you shop on AmazonSmile!
Every donation, big and small, makes a huge difference to the work we are able to do to develop, improve and conserve Perthshire’s incredible countryside.
Ultrarunning along the River Tay Way kicked off for the first time Friday, 11 June, as John Cassidy and Steven Watt of Young Hearts Run Free podcast took on the entire route. Read more