Whether you are a beginner, or a seasoned professional, experience the unique rush of skiing or snowboarding at Scotland's five snowsports centres.
Another popular challenge is to try and climb all of Scotland’s 282 Munros, which are peaks over 3,000 ft. Affectionately known as ‘Munro bagging’, this testing sport attracts walkers from all over the world. Are you up for the challenge?
If you prefer to discover Scotland on two wheels, follow the thrilling mountain bike trails, including the 7stanes centres across southern Scotland. In the north, visit the country’s ‘Outdoor Capital’ Fort William and enjoy the fantastic spectacle of the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in June.
You can also follow one of Scotland's great walking trails, which are clearly waymarked and are an excellent way to enjoy the great outdoors while spotting a colour array of wildlife.
Explore Scotland’s waterways by kayak along the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail, Europe’s first long distance sea kayak trail. Look out for fascinating marine life including dolphins and minke whales along the 500 km route.
For excellent watersports activities, including some of the best white-water rafting anywhere in the country, look no further than the River Tummel in Perthshire.