Currently, Leave No Trace is releasing a series of Public Service Announcements (PSAs) by the 2009 Academy Award winning filmmaker, Michael Ramsay. The one-minute PSAs are fun, clever and inspiring, targeted towards all outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy and appreciate our wild and natural places. This is the last of the 3 videos we’ll be posting

Currently, Leave No Trace is releasing a series of Public Service Announcements (PSAs) by the 2009 Academy Award winning filmmaker, Michael Ramsay. The one-minute PSAs are fun, clever and inspiring, targeted towards all outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy and appreciate our wild and natural places. This is the second of 3 videos we’ll be posting here

If you’re just starting to get into Sea Kayaking, Scotland has so many brilliant opportunities available to paddlers of all abilities.  Here are some books that we use and reckon that would be worth considering if you’re aspiring to improve your paddling skills and get out and about on a more regular basis.  Hope you

Currently, Leave No Trace is releasing a series of Public Service Announcements (PSAs) by the 2009 Academy Award winning filmmaker, Michael Ramsay. The one-minute PSAs are fun, clever and inspiring, targeted towards all outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy and appreciate our wild and natural places. This is the first of 3 videos we’ll be posting here

In the Spring 2011 edition of our Keeping in Touch newsletter, we’ve got all sorts of news to tell you about: – Gold Award for Boots N Paddles – Paddle Skills courses – Cabers and canoes – Leave No Trace Trainers’ Course – Staff profile: Calum Rogerson – TreeZone Update – New kit for a

If you’re a paddler (canoe, kayak or otherwise), you should be aware of the Paddlers’ Access Code, which outlines some common sense principles that you should bear in mind when sharing the waterways with other people.  Its core principles are: caring for the environment; taking responsibility for your actions; and respecting the interests of other

A 3-day journey down the majestic River Spey from Aviemore to the sea at Spey Bay. One of the ‘Big 4’ rivers that is a must for the touring canoeist in Scotland, and which normally provides a fast current, great scenery and some interesting rapids. To paddle from Newtonmore to Spey Bay can take up

A spectacular guided coast to coast canoe journey A fabulous journey by Canadian canoe right across Scotland from Fort William on the West Coast to Inverness, capital of the Highlands, on the East coast. We will paddle on flat water for 60 miles using stretches of the Caledonian Canal and traversing legendary lochs such as

High in the trees at Rothiemurchus, TreeZone is the ultimate Aerial Adventure Course (sister company to Boots N Paddles). Zip wires, balance beams, hanging platforms, tight-ropes, scramble nets, white knuckle bridges and gap jumps are set in the ancient Caledonian Pines of the Cairngorm Mountains. TreeZone is an unforgettable activity for adventurers of all ages.

The Inner Moray Firth area of the Scottish Highlands is a true mecca for open canoeing. Within 30 miles of Inverness there are five fantastic canoe touring rivers for you to explore with us by canoe. With one trip already confirmed (still spaces left though) we’ve also announced the dates for a second trip in