Making repairs to the Cateran TrailKirkmichael and Glenshee finger posts ©PKCT

Help us make countryside access easier between Kirkmichael and Glenshee on the Cateran Trail through our Co-op Cause.

Works will include:

  • Replacing old waymarker posts
  • Renewing old finger posts
  • Replacing broken stiles with new easy-to-use gates

Until 7th October, Co-op members can support this cause by signing into their accounts to donate or voting for it at the Pitlochry Co-op - the local branch for this campaign.

£4,515.28 raised!

It is vital that the Trail is improved to provide a quality experience that continues to attract people to the area. Quality access to the countryside provides great opportunities to improve health and wellbeing and is vital for the local tourism economy. Revenue from tourism in Perth and Kinross is worth nearly £400 million annually with 12% of the local employed in the tourism sector compared with 7% for Scotland as a whole!

The project will involve the local community, the Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust and a local contractor.

 Choose us as your Co-op local cause

Cateran Trail logoThe Cateran Trail is one of 26 designated Great Trails found in Scotland. The circular route travels for 64 miles and passes through a number of rural communities. Bed and breakfasts, pubs, hotels and local shops all receive vital income from Trail users. Other users that will benefit include Mountain bikers, horse riders and walkers.

Thank you so much to everyone who donated to this cause! We raised £4,525.18 to maintain and enhance access to the Cateran Trail.