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The organisers acknowledge the invaluable support of Rothiemurchus Estate, Glenmore Forest Park and Pityoulish Estate in helping us ensure that as well being competitive and enjoyable that the CAT is also environmentally sustainable.



The organisers of the CAT, a committee of local enthusiasts are very aware that the CAT takes place in a unique natural habitat with outstanding natural beauty. With an increasing number of events taking place in the Park, the CAT committee is placing a greater emphasis on the need to ensure that this unique natural environment is protected and that the CAT remains an environmentally sustainable event. To that end in partnership with local landowners we have agreed to make competitors aware that:

  • The CAT takes place in a unique environment of outstanding natural beauty
  • All competitors must keep to the recognised route at all times
  • Other users for example walkers and estate workers must be able to continue with their leisure and work with minimal disturbance
  • Littering will not be tolerated and any competitor identified will be disqualified from the event
  • All event signage will be collected by Marshalls as soon as the last competitor has completed the event, to ensure that visual impact is minimal
  • The CAT aims to be a “Paper free” organisation with entry procedures and communications with competitors taking place online.

To find out more about the unique natural environment of the CNP please click use the links below:

Cairngorms National Park


Glenmore Forest Park


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