Are you feeling a bit sluggish and tired after the holidays? Do you lack the motivation to be active and smash those new year’s resolutions? The winter blues are here, and one of the best ways to beat them is by going out and enjoying the wonders of the great Scottish outdoors.  We got you!

The latest In Your Element newsletter is now available to read online.  After our busiest year ever, we’ve got news about ….. 50% off activities as part of the Visit Scotland Days out Campaign Donating 100 trees to Trees for Life Charity What’s on over the winter months Christmas gift vouchers anyone?

TreeZone Instructors 2021 Season We are now looking to hire High-Ropes Instructors for the 2021 season at our Loch Lomond aerial adventure course. Please send us your CV with a covering letter explaining why you think you would make such a great addition to our team. Send your applications to tom@iye.scot. Closing date for applications

It’s been a long time since we have been able to post some good news, but we are really happy with the way our prep is going for re-opening as restrictions ease. Staff are gradually coming back to our two TreeZone sites, to help implement the new social distancing measures we are putting in place

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.  

The October school holidays start for some schools in Scotland, on Friday 11th October, to the excitement of many kids.  Parents will have already started to look for things to do, so here are a few more ideas to throw into the mix. Lots on offer, but where should you start?! Aviemore Archery Taster at