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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Friendly welcome, well maintained 9 hole course,surrounded by beautiful scenery in all directions. No need to book, get a game at almost anytime. £30 week pass available for Aigas Holiday Cottage clients.
Boots ‘n’ Paddles is an outdoor adventure activity company with bases in Inverness, Aviemore and Edinburgh.
A classic 90 mile circuit crossing the famous Bealach na Ba to Applecross where the wonderful views and sense of achievement compensate for the effort required.
A short (8 mile) outing from the village of Carbost.
There has been a golf club beside Gairloch Sands since 1898. Before that time, Parish records show that golf was regularly played on the links amongst the sand dunes.
Travel silently by sea kayak and immerse yourself in wilderness, discovering deserted islands, wild coastlines, natural rock arches and white sand beaches.
Quiet river valleys with natural woodland
Enjoy spectacular mountain flying in a modern two seat glider with Cairngorm Gliding Club.
A short (4 miles each way) route along the southern shore of the Isle of Raasay with great views back to Skye.
Mountain Bike Trails
Extremely hilly at times, but very easy on the canal towpath; good views
Mountain Bike Trails
Balblair offers both a fun blue route for competent bikers and challenging black route for experienced riders along with stunning views over the Kyle of Sutherland and out to the West.
Ski Schools & Centres
The Ski and Snowboard School is a not-for-profit organisation and the only ski and snowboard school based on Cairngorm Mountain.
Welcome to the Nanyuki experience! Great cycling adventures with exclusive accommodation and your choice of Boardman Performance bikes + support. Based near Plockton in Ross-shire, North West Highlands - perfect for the Bealach na Ba.
Shootfishinscotland can offer a full range of shooting experiences, depending on the season.
A 60 mile route around one of the three great inlets on the east coast of the Highlands which makes use of the ferry at Cromarty to allow a circuit to be made. Much of the route is regularly used by cyclists on Lands End to John o' Groats trips.
Kyle - Plockton - Stromeferry
Grant Park in Lossiemouth is the home of Lossiemouth Football Club.
Muir of Ord
Muir of Ord Golf Club was known originally as the Inverness Golf Club. The course was designed in part by James Braid, lying to the west of the old A9 road.