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Drovers" tryst festival

Drovers" tryst festival

Crieff & Strathearn.

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Published by Crieff & Strathearn Partnership in Crieff .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crieff, Perthshire -- Cattle markets.,
  • Crieff, Perthshire -- Drovers" roads.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsCrieff & Strathearn Partnership., Perthshire Tourist Board.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folded brochure
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19535265M

    The Drovers’ Tryst Festival celebrates the lives of those hard working people, with a variety of guided walks around the beautiful autumn countryside around Crieff and strathearn. There is also a mountain biking competition, lots of social events, a photography competition and much more.   This year’s Drovers’ Tryst Festival takes place from Saturday, October 6 to There is plenty to suit all age groups and abilities with 38 walks, 13 social events, three mountain bike races.

    The organisers of this year’s Drovers’ Tryst walking festival say that over half of the walks on offer are now sold out, including many of the higher level routes. However the packed programme also includes many easier walks, a ceilidh, music, mountain film, pub quiz and of course the famous Hairy Coo and St Fillans mountain bike challenges. Crieff & Strathearn Drovers Tryst Walking Festival Scottish Wedding Show Tarbert Book Festival Handmade Edinburgh Tennent's were keen to finance the re-roofing of the Drovers Inn. The offer they gave me was second to none, it was the easiest decision I've ever made.

      CRIEFF and Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst Walking Festival have issued a call for volunteers. Whether it’s helping out with walks (as leaders or . ORGANISERS of the Crieff and Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst are already preparing to “Tryst again” following another successful Festival.


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Crieff & Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst annually celebrates the life, work & traditions of the people who made Crieff the cattle-droving crossroads of Scotland in the s. The modern day Tryst is a walking festival run by volunteers and built around a programme of guided walks in the stunning scenery and spring colours of Strathearn.

The Crieff & Strathearn Drovers' Tryst Festival is an annual walking and outdoor event held in and around Crieff.

The Tryst was established in as a contemporary revival of the annual Michaelmas Fair and cattle market which had made Crieff the crossroads of Scotland in the s.

The Festival includes a large programme of walks, ranging Drovers tryst festival book easy to extra hard, as well as activities. Drovers helps stakeholders within the beef production system enhance animal production and management, operations and market performance. Home» Drovers’ Tryst Walking Festival In the Tryst will be in its 19th year – and is now viewed by many participants as ‘Scotland’s Friendly Walking Festival’.

It is a charity run entirely by 60 unpaid volunteers, many of whom are still in full or part time employment. Crieff & Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst Festival. 8th to 15th October In the ’s Crieff was the cattle-droving crossroads of Scotland.

Every year hundreds of people – and thousands of cattle – would converge on Crieff in October for the great Michaelmas Fair. Drovers’ Tryst Walking Festival; Drovers in History; Advertisers and Supporters; Testimonials; How to Find Us; Events.

Easy walks; Medium walks; Hard walks; Extra hard walks; Walk Grading, Fitness and Equipment Info; Walk Transport Information; Social events; Calendar; Competitions & Gallery.

Photo Competition; Photo & Prose. More on this walk and others during the Drovers' Tryst week (th October) as well as how to book your place can be found at See you then.

Drovers' Tryst Walking Festival 4 5/5. Drovers' Tryst Walking Festival, Crieff. likes. Registered Charity SCIO no: SC Become a Member of the Drovers’ Tryst The Crieff and Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst is now a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) SCO This provides us with a clear legal structure and recognises the charitable nature of our organisation and the activities we undertake.

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 s. 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 &.

The eighteenth annual Crieff and Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst Walking Festival programme is now open for online bookings at the event’s website The Drovers’ Tryst, which takes place from 5th – 12th October, is one of Scotland’s premier walking festivals and is acclaimed for its friendliness and variety.

A final rest and view on the descent by Crieff & Strathearn Drovers' Tryst festival _Tryst_30_Sombre-Schiehallion-from-Meall-Tairneachan by Crieff & Strathearn Drovers' Tryst festival 1.

THIS year, the Crieff & Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst festival will feature a greater focus on the history and heritage of Strathearn, as it is officially part of the Homecoming Scotland programme. The Tryst walking festival will run from 8th to 15th October They are now open for bookings - 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 s.

Part of the Drovers' Tryst Festival and hosted here at Comrie Croft, the day gives riders of all ages and abilities the chance to enjoy going as fast as they can. There is a Wee Race (1hr) and a Big Race (2hrs) as well as the Bairns' Race for the under 12's, all guaranteed to. Minute Book of the Royal Bank of Scotland shows that tellers were sent that year from Edinburgh to Crieff with three thousand pounds in notes to put into circulation in return for cash.

In the case of Tryst we have a modern celebration in the Drovers Tryst Walking Festival held in from the 6th to 12th of October. Brilliant writing. This year’s Drovers’ Tryst walking festival offers a packed programme including many walks, a ceilidh, music, mountain film, pub quiz and of course the famous Hairy Coo and St Fillans mountain bike challenges.

The friendly festival has now opened its doors for bookings and will take place this year from the 8th to 15th October. The Carn a Chlarmain walk at this years Drovers Tryst Walking Festival (5 - 12th October) follows part of the glen before climbing up to the munro summit.

Schiehallion is the distant peak at the bottom of the valley about 40 kms away. More information on all Tryst walks and how to book can be found at The Drovers’ Tryst Walking Festival recreates the droving days of the s, when people would converge in Crieff each October for the great Michaelmas Week Fair.

Book accommodation at the Four Seasons to enjoy the festival in all its splendour. The festival takes place every May in and around the beautiful county of Perthshire.

The area and the walking programme include a wide variety of terrain, from wooded walks along the River Earn to routes that climb Munros. The Drovers' Tryst is an Associate.

Newton Stewart Walking Festival is run by a group of volunteers who share an enthusiasm and love for Galloway and the great walking experiences it offers. The festival is still centred on the market town of Newton Stewart but we offer walks throughout the Galloway Hills and along the Solway Coast.The Crieff and Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst is in it’s 16th year and each year celebrates the life, work and play of the people who made Crieff the cattle-driving crossroads of Scotland in the s.

The festival this year runs from 7th to 14th October and features a total of 33 walks. For the Tryst programme. A series of three podcasts about the Highland cattle drovers by Dr Nicky Small of Culture Perth and Kinross and Crieff and Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst chairman Gil Martin will be broadcast at .