Activities, tours, courses, etc., in Scotland

River Findhorn

Glenferness Adventure Holidays

Glenferness, near Inverness

From October - April there are ADVENTURE HOLIDAYS based at Glenferness and organised by Adventure Scotland in Aviemore.

River Rafting, Canoeing, Kayaking, Hill Walking, Climbing, Skiing, Ski Touring and Mountain Biking. All with qualified and experienced guides.

LEARMONT MACKENZIE TRAVEL

LEARMONT MACKENZIE TRAVEL www.walkborders.com

Specialist walking breaks in the Scottish Borders, Skye and Mull

Combining the pleasures and companionship of walking, with the attractions of the Scottish countryside, its history and culture. Learmont Mackenzie Travel offer a variety of self-guided walking breaks and guided Saturday walks in the beautiful countryside of the Scottish Borders, about an hour from Edinburgh by car or bus.

They also offer guided walking tours on Skye and Mull, on the west coast of Scotland.

birds of prey experience

Jedforest Deer and Farm Parkand Bird of Prey Experience

Red deer, conservation, rare breeds and falconry.

One of the most enjoyable and interesting places to visit in Southern Scotland is the The Jedforest Deer and Farm Park; 800 acres in the beautiful rolling hills of the Scottish Borders.

A great family day out; magnificent herds of deer, a large conservation collection of rare breeds of sheep, pigs, cattle, chickens, ducks and others, the chance to see Birds of Prey demonstrations, all in the context of a modern working farm.

Walkabout Scotland

WALKABOUT SCOTLAND

Guided Walking and Hiking Tours from Edinburgh to the Scottish Highlands

Walkabout Scotland offer a full programme of hill-walking day tours, weekend breaks and week long walking holidays from Edinburgh to the Scottish Highlands. From Ben Lomond to Ben Nevis, the western highlands and islands to the rugged and remote north west - a variety of tours through stunning mountain scenery with fully qualified guides and a sociable and relaxed ambiance. Choice of easy to challenging walking options with transport, lunch and equipment all provided.

John Muir Trust

JOHN MUIR TRUST

Activities and Conservation Programme

The John Muir Trust's object is to "conserve and protect wild places with their indigenous animals, plants and soils for the benefit of present and future generations."

Volunteers run Conservation Programmes and trips such as:

  • Isle of Arran, Conservation
  • Hebridean Kayak
  • Forest of Ae, Earth Skills
  • Gaelic Culture, Isle of Harris

For information about joinining these trips see: John Muir Trust Activities and Conservation Programmes

Scottish Charity no. SC 002061 (Company no. 81620)

Southern Upland Way

Outline information about the Southern Upland Way - Scotland's (and the UK's) longest coast to coast footpath.

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