My experience with ‘In Your Element’ My name is Elitsa Metodieva and I am a Marketing Management student at Edinburgh Napier University. I am from Bulgaria and I have been living in Scotland for 3 years. I have always been passionate about nature, animals etc. However, being busy with coursework and work, I never took

Our latest newsletter is now available to read online, with activity ideas for the summer, news about online bike hire, Great Glen Canoe Expeditions, Trip Adviser Hall of Fame and more. What's in this newsletter? What's on Inverness & Loch Ness What's on Aviemore What's on Loch Lomond & Trossachs What's on Loch Tay Bike

A new bus service will be introduced from July 8 connecting Aviemore with Dufftown and Elgin. This new bus connection will provide links to Citylink services in Aviemore either for those travelling south to Glasgow or for visitors connecting to the Moray area without the need for a connection in Inverness. For canoe hire customers

Only days to go until the Scottish school holidays arrive again!  We've got plenty of family-friendly activity options available around Scotland to keep you out of mischief and out in the fresh-air. If you are a group of friends or family, we also offer tailor-made activity sessions, giving you more activity options and more flexibility

If you like to explore remote, unspoilt areas of the country, Loch Maree offers open space in vast quantities.  You need to drive (or cycle) west of Inverness almost to the coast to reach this wonderful area.  One of the best views in the Highlands is the view you get as you drive over the

We’re extremely happy to have received our 2019 Certificates of Excellence for our In Your Element and TreeZone Aerial Adventure Courses. Alongside the 2019 certificate comes a new award, rewarding our consistency over the last few years.   The Trip Adviser Hall of Fame recognises companies who attain certificates of excellence year on year.  Understandably, we’re

Many who enjoy the outdoors and that have spent time in the mountainous areas of Scotland will be aware of mountain bothies.  They may even have made use of one or two of them over the years.  Lots of others won’t know of their existence, but may have perhaps wondered what that abandoned looking old