The following pages of the website detail all of the route split into five sections. Each section contains an outline map, a series of pictures and a general description of the walk. It is not, however, a navigational instruction but more a description that will allow the walker to get the most out of the walk and learn what to look out for when undertaking the trail. You can, however, get more information and support on the navigation of the Trail by clicking on this link and learn about maps, guides and directional tables.
We supply details on distance for each section, this having been calaculated using GPS technology while surveying the route. These totals add up to 65.2 miles / 104.3 Km, however for consistency with PKCT we have shown on the home page their promoted distance for the route of 64 miles / 103 kms.
To access each of the sections simply place the mouse over the route line in question and click. Alternatively click on the route section name detailed below :-
|Blairgowrie to Kirkmichael via Bridge of Cally | Kirkmichael to Spittal of Glenshee | Spittal to Kirkton of Glenisla | Kirkton to Alyth | Alyth to Blairgowrie via Bridge of Cally|
|Spittal to Kirkton of Glenisla via Loch Beanie | Alyth to Blairgowrie through Drimmie Woods|
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