We hope you enjoy these Stanley to Luncarty Active Travel Route newsletters, which aim to keep you informed about progress and development of this exciting project. Read more
Rannoch’s stunning riverside paths will be more accessible for the local community and visitors thanks to a big funding boost. Read more
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
There is nowhere better in Scotland to take in the glorious colours of autumn than Perthshire. Home of Big Tree Country, the whole area blazes with reds, oranges and golds as the leaves turn. Salmon leaping and dear rutting add to the seasonal sights and sounds waiting to be discovered. Read more
Explore a landscape shaped by the ‘Planting Dukes’ of Atholl. Discover how the Roman goddess of hunting and a collection of ‘big trees’ are connected and how Robert Burns helped shape the banks of a waterfall.
One of Scotland’s Great Trails, the Cateran Trail is a fully waymarked, 64-mile (103 km) route through Perthshire and the Angus glens in the heart of Scotland.
Pitlochry is set in spectacular scenery and is ideally located for touring Highland Perthshire or further afield.
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.
Help us get the countryside into the hearts of people now, tomorrow and for years to come.
Our support schemes are open for hotels, B&Bs and businesses of all sizes in Perthshire Big Tree Country, on the Cateran Trail and along the proposed new River Tay Way.
Cateran Trail Rangers have been hard at work improving accessibility to make the route ready for the Cateran Yomp this weekend. Read more
Pitlochry Festival Theatre and PKCT are delighted to
announce the winners of the inaugural TAYken By Me photography competition which celebrates
the picturesque Tayside landscape and encourages local communities and visitors to capture what
they love about Highland Perthshire. Read more