More than 1000 hardy hikers trooped through the hills and glens of Perthshire and Angus this weekend in one of Scotland’s toughest endurance challenges.
An octogenatrian army veteran who has battled prostate cancer and is recovering from heart surgery is the oldest person tackling today’s gruelling Cateran Yomp.
In previous years, the weather for the annual Cateran Yomp weekend has proved challenging, with participants battling muddy paths and torrential rain.
Ed Smith is the official photographer for the Cateran Yomp. His images expertly capture the blood, sweat and tears suffered by yompers as they tackle the gruelling 54 mile route. Gayle Ritchie finds out more...
In less than a month, almost 1,000 intrepid “yompers” will be walking, or in some cases, running, 54 miles across the Perthshire and Angus Glens. Gayle Ritchie speaks to a group of 12 teachers taking part...
An octogenatrian army veteran who has come through prostate cancer and a double heart by-pass is taking on the gruelling Cateran Yomp.
A conservation charity has completed work on an ambitious £10,000 project to safeguard one of Scotland's favourite walking routes.
Michael Alexander speaks to Perthshire adventurer David Fox-Pitt about his passion for pushing people's boundaries.
Ahead of the 2018 Cateran Yomp, Gayle gets some hints on how to tackle the gruelling adventure challenge from the event’s new ambassador, Les Binns.
Hundreds of hardy hikers trooped through the Perthshire hills this weekend in one of Scotland's toughest endurance challenges.