Find activities and sports in the Highlands to enjoy during your stay, with a selection of activities available on land and water.
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A short route alongside the River Ewe from the village of Poolewe.
Travel silently by sea kayak and immerse yourself in wilderness, discovering deserted islands, wild coastlines, natural rock arches and white sand beaches.
Ski Schools & Centres
Welcome to Wilderness Scotland Winter Sports
A short (4 miles each way) route along the southern shore of the Isle of Raasay with great views back to Skye.
Ski Schools & Centres
With 18 years experience providing quality winter sports equipment in Aviemore, Aviemore Ski Hire and Snowboard Hire are a one-stop-shop for all your hiring needs.
Quiet river valleys with natural woodland
Cairngorms National Park,
Wilderness Scotland family adventure and activity holidays in the Highlands take you through a journey of spectacular scenery and exciting activities.
The Moray Firth Route takes you in a semi-circle around three of the most beautiful inlets on the east coast of Britain as it heads north from the City of Inverness into the heart of the northern Highlands.
Tulloch Caledonian Stadium in Inverness is the home of Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club.
Rothiemurchus welcomes visitors everyday of the year to be inspired by beautiful scenery whilst enjoying relaxing or adventurous activities.
Fitness & Leisure Centres
An assortment of indoor and outdoor facilities are available at Lochbroom Leisure Centre in the Highlands.
Whisky, Uisghe Breatha, the Water of Life.
Mountain Bike Trails
This is a physically demanding route for expert mountain bikers.
A very scenic and quite straightforward 12 mile circuit around the Kyle of Tongue.
A 22 mile route up one side of the River Carron to a historic church, returning by the other side of the river.
A pleasant 30 mile route exploring some of the quieter roads and coastal villages of Easter Ross.
Alvie Estate, located near Kincraig, covers 13,000 acres of fields, woodland and moors and has been owned by the Williamson family since 1927.
The course lying above Kingussie offers extensive scenic views over the Cairngorms and surrounding mountains - so even if your golf is not as you wish, the environment and scenic splendour offers a degree of comfort.
In a remote corner of Sutherland, on a latitude shared with Hudson Bay and northern Russia, lies a golf course which many know by reputation only.