Discover and enjoy six rewarding scenic routes amidst Perth
The deadline to complete the routes and submit evidence for the Summer challenge is the 30th September 2023
We’ve created six beautiful and bespoke routes of varying distances.
Walk, jog or run. It’s up to you. Choose any route, at any time and in any order!
We provide you with bespoke turn-by-turn audio instructions as well as precise locations for the start and parking, ensuring safe and seamlessly smooth route navigation and outdoor discovery.
You will need a smartphone and these two apps: RunGo and what3words
You will also need a link to the SixPack location group which will be sent in your participant pack following your registration.
You will receive the following on signing up:
On completion of all six routes you will receive a bespoke SixPack medal.
Choose from either the original SixPack Metal Medal or the Summer Challenge Wooden Medal.
A testing hilly route on woodland tracks and trails. Footwear with traction highly recommended.
A testing 8km hilly run exploring the beautiful Moncreiffe Hill, woodland managed by the Woodland Trust, as well as visiting the summit with its grand views over Perth, the Ochils and Fife. Trail shoes with good traction are highly recommended for this route
A flat multi-terrain 7km route taking you out of the bustling industrial zone of Ruthenfield onto the quiet trails along the beautiful River Almond. A mixture of road and trails which can be muddly, trail shoes would be an advantage if wet.
Flat, park paths, surfaced paths. Circular loop taking in the stunning city parks of North and South Inch. Footwear with some traction recommended, especially in wet conditions.
A rewarding multi-terrain loop along the banks of the River Tay with splendid views across the awesome Perth Race Course. You finish your run along the edge of Scone Palace grounds covered in magnificent Rhododendrons a site to behold when in full bloom.
A varied trail route which includes a short country lane section, tracks and woodland paths. A single loop including stunning views of Methven Loch. Trail shoes with good traction are recommended. Paths can be muddy at certain times of year.