TreeZone Aviemore and Loch Lomond are now searching for instructors for the 2020 season.  If you are interested in applying you can find out more on our recruitment page. We look forward to hearing from you.  

Please note that over the next couple of weeks our office cover will be much more limited due to the holidays.  If you need to to contact us urgently, we should still be able to respond quickly (within reason!).  We’ll do our utmost to respond quickly, but it is possible that your enquiries may not

15% Off Activity Gift Vouchers From now until 24th December 2019 we are offering a 15% discount on In Your Element activity gift vouchers. Vouchers are valid to use against any In Your Element Activity booking, including canoe trips, gorge walking, river sledging, TreeZone and even bike hire or canoe hire.  There are lots of

White-water activity market expanding In recent years the UK has seen a huge increase in demand for activities that involve 'playing' in fast-moving, white-water.  This is probably not suprising.  As the soft-adventure market has expanded, offering opportunities to people that wouldn't normally do such outdoorsy activities, there has also been an increase in the more
It's that time of year again when many of us start turning our attention to Christmas time and that dreaded task of sorting out Christmas presents.  It's not everyone that enjoys the challenge of coming up with new ideas every year, so why make things difficult for yourselves. Activity experiences available across Scotland We offer

In addition to the ex-hire mountain bikes already on sale, we now have some Canadian Canoes, Venture Easky touring kayaks and P&H Scorpio sea kayaks for sale.  You can find out more about what’s on offer on our sale page.

Engineering Works & Closures A number of sections of the Canoe Trail will be closed this autumn and winter due to engineering works: Closed between Aberchalder Bridge and Fort Augustus, Monday 4th November 2019 to Saturday 28th March 2020. Portaging along the towpath will not be possible so paddlers must have road transport for this