We’ve got some awesome new photos to show off from a recent guided paddling expedition on the Great Glen Canoe Trail. In your Element’s Mike recently got involved in project supported by Highlands & Islands Enterprise and delivered by Scotland360 to learn a bit more about the ins and outs of 360 cameras, how to

We’re very pleased to announce that our Great Glen Canoe Trail and River Spey Canoe Expedition dates are now available to book online for 2018. Our first scheduled date is 23rd April. Both are 5-day camping expeditions, guided by one of our experienced local guides.  Along the way you’ll be treated to  awesome scenery, lots

Scotland’s Great Trails If you’re looking for an awesome challenge to test not only your stamina but also your mental resolve, then why not consider this 250km challenge.  Raise for money for your favourite charity or do it just to test yourself. West Highland Way (WHW) The 154Km (96miles) Route starts at Milngavie passes through

Our latest ‘Keeping in Touch’ Newsletter is now available to read online, just follow the link below: What’s in it this month? – New Great Glen Canoe Trail scheduled shuttle service – A new team member – Activities for February and Easter School holidays – Early Morning Canoe Safari – New activities for 2014 –

Our very own Mike (Dunthorne) has just volunteered to step-in as a last minute replacement for a rather onerous challenge.  Mike will join Chris Ostler and attempt to paddle the full 96km of the Great Glen Canoe Trail, non-stop within 24 hours!!  Why would any sane person do this when we normally recommend to clients

The next time you’re huffing and puffing up a steep mountain track, take a moment to consider why we even have mountains to explore. Nothing lasts in nature. Given time, lots and lots of time, towering mountain ranges wear down, expansive continents erode and vast oceans dry up and fade into obscurity. Take the Caledonian

This guide is an essential resource to help you plan your journey through the Great Glen across Scotland. As well as the calm waters of the Caledonian Canal there are the challenging open waters of Loch Lochy and Loch Ness. Here you will find advice on how to deal with the conditions as well as

You may know you’re way around the huge number of Scottish Waterways and might be familiar with where to go and when, however, if you’re not and looking for some inspiration, here are a few ideas to whet your appetite. For those with little experience of paddling canoes or sea kayaks: The Great Glen is