There is a growing network of paths groups across Perth & Kinross engaged in practical work to keep the paths in their own areas open. Each group is supported by a Greenspace Ranger.
- Undertaking practical work to repair and maintain paths for walkers, riders and cyclists to use
- Promoting their paths and assisting us in waymarking them as part of the Core Paths Implementation Plan
- Carrying out path audits
- Taking the lead on more ambitious projects to improve paths or build new ones where the need has been identified locally
View our first PKC Path Group Network newsletter.
Blairgowrie and Rattray
There is an active group of volunteers looking after the paths in and around Blairgowrie and Rattray. View more information on the Blairgowrie and Rattray Access network Facebook page.
Crieff, Comrie and Muthill
A group including people from Crieff, Comrie and Muthill are involved in carrying out repairs on existing paths in Crieff and neighbouring areas. More information can be found on the Crieff Development Trust Paths Group webpage.
Development of the Muthill to Crieff Cyclepath by Muthill Village Trust, a community driven project with lots to do. View details on the Muthill to Crieff Cyclepath Facebook group page.
Dunkeld & Birnam
Contact Bill Melville Billmelville@ogoroad.com 01350 727048.
Details of the TRACKS paths group in the Kinross area, can be found on the Loch Leven Heritage Trail website.
For paths in the Kirkmichael area please contact the Mount Blair Community Development Trust who are currently looking for volunteers to help maintain their new path network.
Pitlochry Path Group
This group meet every fortnight, concentrating on the path networks close to the town. They also undertake fundraising and larger projects to upgrade paths.
Rannoch Path Group
The group mainly meets up in partnership projects with external groups of the area, which mainly occur over the summer months. The aim is for one task a month, working on any of the core paths, Rights of Way etc.
The Stanley Development Trust Paths Group have put together a work plan for maintaining their local paths.
For information regarding St Fillans Paths Group visit St Fillans cc.org.uk.
Upper Tay Path Group
We can help new groups to get set up and provide ongoing support e.g. by helping to arrange practical tasks, landowner contacts, technical assistance and advise on raising funds. Please contact the Communities team at email@example.com. We are keen to see groups staring in Aberfeldy, Pitlochry towards Killiecrankie.
Crieff Paths Group - Upcoming work party dates TBC
Visit the Crieff Community Trust webpage.