The Drovers’ Tryst – Scotland’s Friendly Walking Festival – moves to May for 2020: Great Walks, Stunning Scenery, Fine Company and more!
The 2020 Tryst will run for 4 days from 22nd to 25th May.
Open for bookings in early January 2020! Please visit us then and we hope to see you in May.
Crieff & Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst annually celebrates the life, work & traditions 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 spring 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 outdoor activities is a series of enjoyable evening social events, with talks, music, drama and film, and Crieff’s great food and drink in local restaurants and cafes, a wide choice of places to stay and many other interesting attractions.
For all the budding photographers out there, we encourage you to send your photos from walks, or any other Tryst events, into our photo competition. Lots of people now use their phones for photography and to help you get the best pictures from your mobile devices we have prepared ’12 Tips for Smartphone Photography’ which you can view here .
For writers & poets there is a writing competition for you to enter – based upon your walk experiences with the Tryst. Please check out the ‘Competitions’ drop down – for more details.
‘Scotland’s Friendly Walking Festival’ values its members who benefit from early access to walk bookings, receive regular newsletters and can access publications like Scottish Mountaineering. By becoming a member you can also get involved in running the Tryst and contributing to the walk programme. If you are interested in supporting the Tryst and becoming a member (no charge!), please click HERE for further information.
If you would like to read up on more of Perthshire’s heritage and history, please click on the image below:
Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation: SCO 47728