Blairgowrie & East Perthshire

Walking Festival

 

9th September - 11th September 2016

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Strathmore & The Glens Rural Partnership

 

 

Contact    Information    Weather Forecast    Schedule and Booking Form

How to get Here

Photo Album links from the 2015 event

Lairig Ghru with Braeriach and Ben MacDui (and others) in winter

 

Site updated 17th August

 

WALK 1 ONLY HAS ONE SPACE LEFT AND WALK 2 HAS 2.  THE OTHER WALKS STILL HAVE A FEW LEFT.

We are having a gentler start to the Festival this year.  Our first walk is an interesting historical trek in upper Strathardle.  In addition to this are a range of walks with a mix of Munros as well as sections of the Cateran Trail and other interesting locations.  As usual all are linear, so make interesting and challenging trips that are not easy to do without multiple car journeys.   All walks are led and supported by qualified staff and minibus transport is provided.  Details of each walk, booking information and more are available on the Schedule Page.

The meeting place for all the walks is Blairgowrie Wellmeadow Car Park, which is adjacent to the Co-Op store click here for directions.

Photo Album links.

The festival is organised on a voluntary basis by 

Blairgowrie and District Next Steps, supported by

NSC Outdoor Adventures, and Strathmore and the Glens.

 

Accommodation in the area can be arranged through the Tourist Information Centre How to get here.

 

If you can't make this year's event or would like to go a little bit further, then similar walks, training including the new Mountain Training Hill and Mountain Skills scheme, National Navigation Awards, and other opportunities are available throughout the year by visiting NSC Outdoor Adventures.  If you live in the area then you can take part in our regular weekly walking group Blairgowrie and District Next Steps, who oversee, manage  plan and run the festival.

All photographs on this web site have copyright asserted, which unless stated otherwise belongs to Nick Cole.  They may not be copied, distributed or reproduced by any means, or in any form, without prior written permission.

 

2015

 

Just dropped out of (most of) the wind and rain on Saturday.

 

 

The old grieve's house at the fermtoun of Glen Derby on Sunday.
 

Loch Ordie on Saturday

 
 

 

 

 

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