A new exhibition celebrating the people, places and landscape of the Cateran Trail is running at Alyth Musum.
An exhibition charting the history of one of Scotland's favourite walking routes opens in Perthshire today.
A charitable organisation that has established tourist attractions such as the Cateran Trail and Perthshire Big Tree Country is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
A fundraising appeal has been launched to safeguard one of Scotland's favourite walking routes.
A Perthshire councillor who has played a leading role in bringing walkers to the area surprised his colleagues by speaking out in favour of a controversial wind farm development.
The Cateran Trail is one of Scotland’s great walking routes; a 64-mile trek along old drove roads and ancient tracks once home to some by the country’s most fearsome cattle thieves.
These days we are all about preserving the past. Back in the 19th century, however, they took a rather more pragmatic view on abandoned rural castles and mansions. If slate and stone could be better used elsewhere, it was duly removed and recycled.