Although we can’t offer activity dates at the moment we can offer you activity experience vouchers with a 2 year expiry date!
With Christmas on the horizon, and making it out to the shops more difficult than ever, you can easily purchase one of our vouchers online as a special gift for a family member or friend. This offer is valid until 25th December 2020.
Experience vouchers can be used to book any of our activities at any of our locations across Scotland. From Canoeing on Loch Ness, to Off-road Segways at Aviemore, Gorge Walking at Callander, Archery at Loch Tay or TreeZone at Loch Lomond, there is so much to choose from.
You could even use vouchers to hire canoe or kayak equipment and paddle across Scotland, or join a guided River Spey canoe expedition.Buy a gift voucher
In Your Element has been offering amazing outdoor activity experiences across Scotland since 2004. We offer a huge range of outdoor activities near Inverness & Loch Ness, Aviemore, Loch Lomond and Loch Tay, as well as many other places in Scotland.
We have amazing outdoor experiences suitable for families, stag & hen groups, corporate groups, fundraisers, international visitors touring Scotland and event organisers.
In addition to our fun activities we offer a comprehensive canoe and kayak hire service for locations across Scotland. You can also find our mountain bike hire hub at Aviemore, with direct access to some wonderful off-road trails, suitable for everyone.
If you need help deciding what to do, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Our friendly office team would love the chance to help out.
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