The trail can be done as a multiple-day expedition but individual sections can be done as very good shorter walks or runs. There is an interesting change in land use as you progress. You encounter towns and villages, farmland, forestry regions and areas of high, bleak moorland. The northern section takes walkers over a high pass on the edge of... 更多
Nice Trail : had some great views of wildlife. Would recommend it to beginner-walkers. Our landlord that evening suggested we walk 2 miles past Spittal of Glenshee , making the distance on two consequous days more even. Last leg should have been 26 km but a fallen marking made it 30, otherwise well waymarked route.
We arrived on a long haul flight, and the next day spent a couple of hours walking north from Loch Shandra. This was a great way to strech the legs and get some air into the lungs. Not a difficult walk, but beautiful scenery and perfect weather was a reminder of what we love about Scotland. On the return, we... 更多
Some parts very muddy and occasionally not well signposted or path hard to find. Enjoyable, despite twice encountering cows, calves and a bull in the way.
A fascinating walk; I've only done about 8 miles of it but it takes in beautiful scenery along the way to Blairgowrie, which is a nice little town. Highlights of Blairgowrie included lovely seafood in Cargill's bistro and then Mars bar and tablet flavoured ice cream.
fantastic walk with some fantastic scenery, and a heck of alot of history, its a great feeling walking the steps of some people before us and very fulfilling completing the task
6 of us did the 64 mile walk (with a couple of miles added for a detour to Loch Charles). As we hadn't done this type of thing before, split the first leg and did over 6 days. What a treat, we all loved it! We scored for some beautiful weather (sunburn) and the scenery is fantastic. Like others say,... 更多
I have now walked most of the Cateran Trail by doing the Cateran Yomp which takes place each June, which is a 54 mile challenge over 24 hours in beautiful and rural Perth and Kinross and Angus, and not only is a great place to walk, the people are the friendliest you'll ever meet!
a fantastic 64 mile walk through stunning perthshire scenery. the walk is very well sign posted and the cateran trail app is very informative and was great to link the icon to bits of history from days gone by.
Extremely well waymarked, interesting for both farm and wild animals. I stayed at the "Old Stables" in Aylth and Bob Ellis (Tel 01250873899) transported me to the "joining points", Bob has an incredible amount of knowledge - being a founder member of the start of the actual trail, he knows everything and more about this walk and was a tremendous... 更多