Trails and Tales in the Cairngorms National Park

There are miles of paths and trails in the Cairngorms National Park to suit every ability, helping to enhance your family’s experience, and give nature the space it needs too. If you are planning a day out in the Cairngorms, you may want to find out more about...

Great Glen Canoe & Kayak Trail 360

Great Glen 360 Degrees Maybe you’ve heard of the Great Glen Canoe Trail, maybe you’ve paddled it, or maybe you’ve driven through the Great Glen from Inverness to Fort William and wondered what it would be like on the water.  Our 360 degree photo tour allows you to see...

Where To Kayak In Scotland

So, where should you go? Ultimately, the decision about where to go will be yours depending on your level of competence, experience, and objectives, however, here are a few ideas for you to consider: Great Glen Canoe & Kayak trail Sea kayakingThe route from Fort...

Human waste: what to do when there’s no loo

Many of us will have been in the situation when out on a walk with the dog, with the family, hill-walking, mountain biking or out on a multi-day adventure, and you need to go to the toilet.  Nothing wrong with that, and is of course, not something we can stop...

Where to Paddle Your Canoe

So where can you paddle your canoe? Although the list of canoeing possibilities is almost endless, the following are some of our favourites. You could also have a look at the Scottish Canoe Routes website for inspiration, which is designed to give the newcomer a taste...

Guided Canoe Experiences on Loch Ness

The Great Glen Ways The Great Glen Canoe Trail and Great Glen Way are two long-distance trails that many people tackle every year, with facilities available for walkers, bikers and paddlers along the way.  You can walk or bike the Great Glen Way or jump in canoe or...