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Adventure Awaits in Scotland

ADVENTURE AWAITS SCOTLAND With its invigorating coastline, dramatic lochs and rugged landscapes, Scotland is the ideal destination for adventure. Journey into the Scottish wilderness on your next trip, and you could find yourself traversing serene mountainsides or plummeting into open seas. SKIING WHERE? WHEN? Nevis Range Mountain Resort, Glencoe Mountain Resort, Glenshee The best time for skiing in Scotland is between January and March. Ski Centre, Cairngorm Mountain Resort and The Lecht Ski Centre. DID YOU KNOW? Glencoe was the first ski resort to open in Scotland and is home to the country's longest vertical descent. Nevis Mountain Range OUR EXPERT SAYS. "Visit the Nevis Range ski area where the UK's only mountain gondola takes you to 650m on Aonach Mor and 11 more ski lifts. Beginners can hire everything they need and enjoy fun les- sons on gentle slopes near the restaurant, while more advanced skiers and boarders can enjoy red and black runs, our famous back country area, as well as a terrain park." Dave Parfitt, Snowsports School Manager, Nevis Range COASTEERING WHERE? WHEN? Coasteering takes place along Any time of year if you have the right kit. Book with a reputable company and they'll provide this for you. Scotland's rockiest shorelines. DID YOU KNOW? Coasteering involves exploring the rocky coastline by climbing, swimming and jumping. Seaton Cliffs, Arbroath OUR EXPERT SAYS.. "Scotland's coastal waters, cliffs and caves have been the inspiration for countless tales of folklore and legend over the ages. The raw natural beauty and majestic atmosphere entice your adventurous spirit and beg you to Jump into Adventure. Join us on the Coasteering experience of a lifetime." Aidan Duncan, Operations Director, Breeze Adventures CANOEING WHERE? WHEN? Scotland's abundance of lochs and Both summer and autumn are good for canoeing, although the colder rivers mean you can canoe just about anywhere. months are less crowded. DID YOU KNOW? When canoeing you use a single bladed paddle, as opposed to kayaking where you use a double bladed paddle. loch Morlich OUR EXPERT SAYS.. "Canoeing in Scotland offers adventures for everyone. You can explore one of Europe's last genuine wildernesses, paddling and camping for days with the lochs and mountains to yourself. It also offers the less experienced many sheltered, less challenging outings, with plenty of advice and support available to help plan your own little adventure." Calum Rogerson, Sales & Marketing Manager, Canoe Hire Scotland QUAD BIKING WHERE? WHEN? For the best views and the From January to December you'll be able to partake in quad biking treks at any time of year. muddiest terrain, head for the Highlands. DID YOU KNOW? Scotland's mix of sunshine and showers make conditions perfect for quad biking – prepare to get muddy! Ardverikie Estate, Newtonmore OUR EXPERT SAYS.. "Quad biking in the Scottish Highlands offers a totally unique experience. Diverse terrain and stunning backdrops as you explore the hills, mountains and glens from the comfort of your bike. Add to that the thrill of riding a quad bike and you have the ultimate off road experience." lan Brown, Managing Director, Highland All Terrain Ltd. ARCHERY WHERE? WHEN? You'll find archery centres across The ideal time for shooting is summer, when the weather is warm and the breeze slight. Scotland, from mystical forests to the shores of Loch Ken. DID YOU KNOW? Papingo is the oldest archery event to take place In the British Isles; it occurred in Scotland and dates back to 1483. bea Isle of Tiree OUR EXPERT SAYS.. "With stunning countryside and a large number of outdoor activity centres and specialist archery activity providers across the country, Scotland is a fantastic place to experience the joy of taking part in archery. Where better to try your hand at one of the oldest sports in the world, while enjoying the great Scottish outdoors. We welcome everyone who wants to try archery when visiting" Rona Mather, Director, MRM Archery Ltd. A SYKES cottages Image: Nevis Range -credit Charne Hawkes

Adventure Awaits in Scotland

shared by NicoleWestley on Feb 03
Scotland is perfect for an adventure holiday so along with the help of industry experts we've highlighted some of the best activities you can do in Scotland!


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