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Cateran Trail

Blairgowrie, Scotland
+44 1738 475255
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A great walk with varying terrains

Extremely well waymarked, interesting for both farm and wild animals. I stayed at the "Old... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2015
driveguard
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arrochar
Went for a walk!

Came across Blairgowrie guite by accident as a one night stop over. Walked to the town centre and... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2015
Diana D
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Gosport, United Kingdom
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Blairgowrie, Scotland
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Reviewed 1 June 2015

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...More

1  Thank driveguard
Reviewed 1 June 2015

Came across Blairgowrie guite by accident as a one night stop over. Walked to the town centre and found that the river had several walks very well signposted and so decided to walk along one of them. Thought that it would be a good place...More

2  Thank Diana D
Reviewed 28 April 2015 via mobile

Fantastic trail through the Perthshire countryside . The Cataran yomp bring an element of competition to the trail. But we enjoy it as and when at our own pace.

Thank gedearshan
Reviewed 19 April 2015

Walked from Blairgowrie to Bridge of Cally, stopped off at Bridge of Cally hotel,(it was crap) then walked back to blairgowrie,, walk was fabulous, 15 miles in total .. then 2 days later we went back to Bridge of Cally then walked to Kirkmichael, had...More

Thank 762Julie
Reviewed 10 March 2015

Cateran Trail, which is a circular route, provides a great diversity of experiences. It passes through small towns & villages but also goes far in the wild, allowing to fully enjoy nearby wildlife. Trip worth doing!

2  Thank Piotr-OutdoorExplore
Reviewed 2 January 2015

Nice walk along the south side of the river before short incline onto the Cateran Trail . ...muddy to be expected with lots of rain recently but nice countryside views .

3  Thank Big_Ronnie
Reviewed 3 December 2014

With 55 miles to walk you can enjoy a great 3 days of walking with enjoyable overnight stays or just walk a short section with varied scenery, wildlife. Its all great!

Thank Brennybru
Reviewed 8 November 2014 via mobile

We have only walked a small part of the Cateran (started off with a coffee and scone at Cargill's bistro by the riverside, we like to indulge ourselves) it was certainly enough to whet our appetite for more. Lovely scenery, wildlife and peace and quiet....More

2  Thank Alba A
Reviewed 28 October 2014

My friends and I walked this trail in “one go” this summer supported by our wives and had an amazing experience. With stopovers at Kirkmichael, Spittal of Glenshee and Glenisla we covered a 55 mile route starting and finishing on the Brig of Blair. It...More

3  Thank Fearlessfergy
Reviewed 22 October 2014

My wife and I enjoyed very much doing some stretches of the trail over 3 days - lovely walks and great scenery too!

1  Thank John R
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Shirley H
1 July 2017|
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Response from Paul H | Reviewed this property |
Hi Shirley, I'm not sure, there is many parts that have horses etc but I am not qualified to say of the full trail is possible by Horse. Good luck with your adventure!
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Gemma S
21 March 2017|
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Response from LindaAlice | Reviewed this property |
I don't really know what an all terrain buggy is but some parts would be ok there is quite a few hills and most were covered in heather and there's bogs and a few fences and styles to go over, if you are in Blairgowrie the... More
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Catherine A
14 January 2017|
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Response from spdoughty | Reviewed this property |
yes, but I don't have names. all the places we stayed offered service.
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