Best Winter Walks in Perthshire for...

Our choice of the best places in Perthshire to see red squirrels, amazing views, winter wonderland and snowdropsRead more

Dunkeld path upgrade works to start in January

Over £400,000 of path upgrade works are expected to start on part of the NCN 77 cycle/ foot path (core path DUNK/145) in Dunkeld in January.Read more

Aberfeldy Paths receive funding boost

SSE’s Griffin and Calliachar Community Fund has provided a grant of £14,640 towards the upgrading of the paths around Aberfeldy.Read more

Allan King Charitable Trust supports Provost Walk upgrade

The Allan King Charitable Trust, have made a generous donation of £500 towards the next phase of the Provost Walk upgrading in AuchterarderRead more

Threatened trees project celebrates 10th birthday in style

The Perthshire Conifer Conservation Programme (PCCP) has celebrated its 10th birthday by planting five internationally threatened conifers at Perth College UHI on Tuesday 25th September 2018.Read more

Birnam Oak receives support from Lancashire School

Ormskirk School students were studying the play for their GCSE when they were inspired to raise funds for the historic treeRead more

Best Autumn Walks in Perthshire for...

Our pick of best places to go in Perthshire for Autumn Colours, Red Squirrels, the Salmon Leap and the Deer RutRead more

Top 10 Summer Walks in Perthshire 2018

The solstice has come and gone, which only means one thing: summer is here! Take advantage of the long days across Perthshire by enjoying a good ramble in open countryside, alongside lochs and rivers, up hills and gorges, past waterfalls and down the park with the whole family.Read more

£5k Upgrade the Provost Walk appeal launched

We have launched an appeal to raise £5,000 towards path improvement works on the Provost Walk in Auchterarder.Read more

Over £260k path improvements in Auchterarder open

Nearly £260,000 of path upgrade works to the Provost Walk and Black Road paths in Auchterarder are complete and open for the public to enjoy!Read more