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pdfBlairgowrie & East Perthshire Visitor Guide

A useful Guide to East Perthshire including the towns and villages of Blairgowrie, Alyth, Coupar Angus and Meigle and the areas of Glenshee and Strathardle.

pdfLove to Eat Perthshire

Welcome to Blairgowrie and East Perthshire, a tranquil and historicarea of stunning natural beauty located in the heart of Scotland.In this brochure you’ll find a range of unique food-focused events available inBlairgowrie and East Perthshire, features on the fabulous larder available on ourdoorstep and we hope there will be something of interest for young and old alike.Read on for more details about local businesses and supporters committed toproviding the best of local produce throughout the seasons or why not try one ofour fabulous recipe ideas and celebrate LOVE TO EAT at home.

pdfLove to Eat Guide 2

Come celebrate with us the abundance of top quality food produced in Blairgowrie and East Perthshire

Here in the heartlands of Scotland all manner of foods are nurtured in our rich fertile soil; soft fruits being the most famous but we encourage you to explore and indulge at every possible opportunity. Information on where to eat in and eat out and make the most of your holiday.

pdfBlairgowrie Path Networks

Five paths varying from 2 to 8 miles exploring the area around Blairgowrie. Blairgowrie is the start/finish of the 64 mile long distance circular Cateran Trail and the base for a popular annual walking festival.

pdfGlenshee Outdoor Activity Guide

Enjoy 22 great walking or cycling trailsin the glorious countryside at the gatewayto the Cairngorms National Park only 6 miles from Blairgowrie.

pdfDen of Alyth Walking Map 

The Den is a wooded gorge on the western edge of Alyth with several miles of paths, two car parks and a play area. The path at the east is surfaced and is accessible to all


Walkers Welcome
Walkers Welcome
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