Below are the details for walks taking place every week throughout Highland Perthshire. Check back regularly to keep up to date with time changes and new walks being added! Prices include pole hire and I will be keeping an eye on your technique to make sure you are getting the full benefits of Nordic Walking.
All walks are dog friendly, however please let me know beforehand if you wish to bring along your pooch for a walk: I need to make sure all other walkers are happy with dog(s) being present.
Booking is essential, please get in touch to confirm your place.
Please note: to ensure equal focus on all walkers, only those that have completed a beginners workshop or have previous experience of Nordic Walking are permitted to take part in these walks. If you can't make a scheduled beginners workshop I am more than happy to arrange a one-to-one session.
Blue (up to 1 hour) £7pp
Red (up to 2 hours) £10pp
Green 'take a piece walk' (over 3 hours) £15pp
Open Sessions: An hour long session where you can work on technique, go for a wander at your own pace, do some exercise and fitness based activities of a mixture of everything. £5pp
A moderate loop through the beautiful Faskally Woods and around the edges of Loch Dunmore and Loch Faskally.
A moderate route through this wood on the edge of Loch Tummel, passing a reconstructed blackhouse and Iron Age roundhouse.
An easy route through Old Struan and along the River Garry, taking in the sights of Struan Kirk and the Double Bridge along the way.
A moderate route beginning from the village centre and heading up and around the woods and trails of Atholl Estates.
A moderate loop among these woods just outside Dunkeld, passing an old mill pond along the way.
Two routes starting from the village centre: an easy loop that goes up the riverside and a moderate route starting from the village centre and heading up past sites of ruined farmsteads and Pitcarmick round houses.
An easy to moderate choice of loops along either the well known, historic and picturesque Pass of Killiecrankie or Linn of Tummel
A moderate route heading up through the forest to a viewpoint with beautiful panoramic scenes and a number of large cairns with a mysterious origin!
A moderate loop through beautiful forestry trails beside the ancient Black Wood of Rannoch and with glimpses of the Loch along the way.
An easy loop around the grounds of Taymouth Castle with glimpses down Loch Tay along the way.
An easy - moderate walk up to and along the aqueduct with views of Schiehallion and the surrounding area.
An easy to moderate route starting from Killiecrankie Visitor Centre heading to a lovely waterfall on the Allt Girnaig, with some stunning hill views to accompany us.
An easy to slightly moderate loop walking among the Granny Pines and past an old curling pond as well as a stunning viewpoint along the way.
A variety of loops through woodland above Kenmore village, giving some spectacular views towards Aberfeldy and along Loch Tay.
A moderate loop through the woods of Drummond Hill. If time allows we will also head to the viewpoint which looks down towards Kenmore village and beyond.