Fancy a week-long walking getaway or a nice long walk over the weekend? Then the Cateran Trail is one for you!
With 64 miles / 103 km of trails, stunning scenery and delightful villages perfect for stopping to recharge and refuel, the Cateran Trail has something for everyone looking for a bit of an adventure. Fill your boots with woodlands, glens, moors and more.
Before you come, be sure to plan your visit. Details of transport, accommodation and where to eat change all the time in rural Scotland, so make sure you are always working with the latest information.
We recommend that you use the Traveline Scotland website or Trainline to plan your travel as it has all the latest timetables and travel details.
There are all kinds of accommodation options on the Cateran Trail from castles to yurts, you can find a variety of accommodation on the Visit Cateran Country and the Glen of the Fairies websites.
Find out more about all 29 of Scotland's Great Trails, including support services, FAQs and all about being outdoors in Scotland.
The Cateran Trail Guidebook also contains detailed information on planning your visit, including all the information you need on travel, eating, sleeping, weather, underfoot conditions and much more.
TAKE CARE: From April to January, you may find livestock unfenced in fields. Parent animals can be aggressive when protecting their young, so please keep as far away as possible and do not separate parents from their young. Please keep dogs on a short lead or under control.
Gates, bridges, steps, cattlegrids, rivers and more mapped on the entire Cateran Trail for multi-use access purposes
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.
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.
Here you can find the latest information on Cateran Trail closures and diversions.
Geocaching is the real-world treasure hunt. Earn a silver or gold geocoin by visiting the 18 special caches spread around The Cateran Trail.
*The Cateran GeoTrail is being revised in 2019*
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.