What better way to spend a Saturday in mid-May than running one of Scotland’s Great Trails!
Follow old drove roads and ancient tracks used by the Caterans – fearsome cattle thieves who raided Strathardle, Glenshee and Glen Isla from the Middle Ages to the 17th century and for whom the Trail is named.
55 miles/90 kilometers and 7450ft/2250m ascent
It’s a circular route, starting and finishing next to Gulabin Lodge and approximately 90% off road – made up of forest tracks, rough tracks, bog, mud, heather and beautiful scenery in a spectacular rural setting. There’s roughly 10% tarmac which is mainly backroads where you might be (un)lucky to see a vehicle or two. The last few miles are a treat, climbing over the An Lairig pass with a steep tough run down to The Spittal of Glenshee, across a wee bridge then into the field to the finish!
The race will be held on the 14th of May 2022, registration is from 5am, race starts 7.00 and you have 15 hours to finish.
- Race starts at 7.00am, Saturday 14th May 2022, and there is a limit of 100 places.
- 55 miles/90 kilometres and 7450ft/2250m ascent
- 15 Hours to complete
- Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd male/female, 1st V40, V50, V60, V70 male/female.
- Race momento for all finishers.
Free parking is available at the start with portaloos.
Camping and motorhome overnight parking in the finish field will be available to book.
Bunkhouse accommodation will be available to book if there is enough demand to cover costs. You can specify if you want a bed on your entry and as soon as we have enough people we will contact you with a link for payment.