Crieff & Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst annually celebrates the life, work and play of the people who made Crieff the cattle-droving crossroads of Scotland in the 1700s. The modern day Tryst is a walking festival run by volunteers and built around a programme of guided walks in the stunning scenery and autumn colours of Strathearn & surrounding areas of Perthshire. The walks vary in difficulty but all are enriched by wildlife, plants, trees, history and the company of like-minded people.
Complementing the walks is a series of enjoyable evening social events, with talks, music, drama and film! The Tryst also embraces a mountain bike event, The Hairy Coo, and there is great food and drink to be enjoyed in local restaurants and cafes, a wide choice of places to stay and many other interesting attractions. You will also be able to enter any photos you take during our walks into the Tryst Photography competition – click on PHOTOS on the top menu for more information.
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Perthshire VisitScotland Information Centres cannot take bookings over the phone, but you can visit in person and they will take bookings and payment while you are there.