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
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
Whenever we head to the outdoors for work or recreation we should all be keeping a few simple guidelines in mind, to help minimise the impact we have on the environment around us. We can all do our bit, in however little a way, to help preserve what is becoming a landscape under pressure from
Take Care of your Trails Weekend is a co-ordinated nationwide weekend of volunteer-based bike trail maintenance events happening across Scotland, and the rest of Europe, on the weekend of Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th April 2018. The aim of the campaign is to let the mountain biking community know about
Mountain biking is huge in Scotland, it’s also pretty awesome. Whether you’re new to the sport or a seasoned trail rider, there are loads of places you can find out about what you need, where to learn, where to ride and how to get involved in developing the sport in your local area. This blog
With ever increasing numbers of people heading for the hills and mountains of Scotland to enjoy what the landscape has to offer, it’s important to remember that walkers aren’t the only people that make use of the land. For many it provides a livelihood and an integral part of that, may involve deer management. The
The Scottish Canoe Association (SCA) is a great place to start if you’re looking for any information that’s paddle-related. They have a large list of resources on offer for experienced and less-experienced paddlers alike. One of the services that the SCA provides, is access to a number of River Advisers around the country. These guys
A large part of our time is spent working in the wonderful Cairngorms National Park, so any changes that are proposed to the way the park operates, are of interest to us. Draft plans on how the Cairngorms National Park should be managed over the next five years has been put out for public consultation.