Heather in flower at Pitcarmick

Perthshire’s newest path network, which comprises four routes in and around the village of Kirkmichael, has been chosen as a Co-op Cause.

£1,932.03 raised so far!

Perth & Kinross Countryside Trust (PKCT), which developed and maintains the Kirkmichael Path Network, hopes to improve signage, carry out maintenance and commission a new map showing all 10 miles of routes to explore.

Hiking at Kirkmichael © photos by zoe

Morag Watson, PKCT Manager, said:

“Visitors taking part in outdoor activities provide vital income to the rural economy of Kirkmichael. The whole community benefits from having access to the path network for dog walking, mountain biking, running and walking. Funds raised from this Co-op Cause will go a long way to helping us make the Kirkmichael Path Network as accessible as possible for locals and outdoor enthusiasts.”

Until 27th October 2018, Co-op shoppers can vote for this cause at the Pitlochory Co-op, and Co-op members can also support it by donating through their Co-op accounts.

Find out more about the Kirkmichael Path Network Co-op Cause and donate at: 



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Riverside Loop at KirkmichaelLaunched in December 2016, the Kirkmichael Path Network includes over 10 miles of waymarked paths in and around the village of Kirkmichael. Four paths range in length from a short, riverside walk to a longer adventure through Kindrogan Forest, which is ideal for mountain bikers, horse riders and those after a long-distance ramble.