Project Description

Path Signage

Overview

Callander is a popular destination synonymous with walking and access to beautiful places. However poor quality signage is a significant barrier to visitors wanting to explore the landscape. This projects seeks to address issues surrounding signage through the delivery of a coherent signage system. The signage strategy focuses on the most popular and accessible paths, drawing on key destinations and heritage sites which will benefit the local community and visitors.

Aims & Objectives

This project aims to:

  • Deliver phase one of the signage strategy that was produced during the development phase of Callander’s Landscape.
  • Install a variety of path signage infrastructure, including way markers and finger posts.
  • Ensure signage is coherent, matches with printed visitor information and is connected to the interpretation plan.

Project updates

  • When the ongoing period of Covid-19 restrictions ends, the project team will complete the necessary surveying and audit work of path signage across the landscape area.
  • GIS technology will be used to precisely plan out locations for the installation of new way markers and finger posts.

Project Details

This project is being led by Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park  working with Callander Community Development Trust and Callander’s Countryside; with funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.  This project also involves working with various landowners.

Funders and partners for this project

Thanks to everyone who contributed and supported the project including:

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