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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Rothiemurchus welcomes visitors everyday of the year to be inspired by beautiful scenery whilst enjoying relaxing or adventurous activities.
Quiet river valleys with natural woodland
Enjoy spectacular mountain flying in a modern two seat glider with Cairngorm Gliding Club.
Mountain Bike Trails
The Moray Monster Trails at Ben Aigan are part of an exciting development, which includes - and should eventually connect - three different forests, Whiteash, Ordiequish and Ben Aigan itself.
Ski Schools & Centres
Welcome to Active Outdoor Pursuits
A steady climb then a long descent to Durness, the most northerly point of the route.
An easy cycle along the Caledonian Canal from Fort Augustus, ideal for a family outing.
Inverness Golf Course is a splendid parkland course with tree lined fairways and provides an excellent test of golf for all levels of player and a great alternative to the traditional links courses.
Paddle Lochaber is a paddlesports provider specialising in Sea Kayaking. We also offer Sit on Top Kayaking and Stand Up Paddling. Qualified local guides will introduce you to Lochaber's fantastic coastline and abundance of wildlife.
Lybster is a quaint little nine-hole heathland/moorland course with good views over the Moray Firth.
Claggan Park is the home of Fort William Football Club.
Marinas, Harbours & Moorings
Inverness Marina is one of Scotland's most sheltered natural deep water harbours.
Vertical Descents is a modern outdoor adventure centre offering a wide range of exhilarating activities for everyone throughout Scotland.
Back to the main route again - extremely hilly!
Dudgeon Park in Brora is the home of Brora Rangers Football Club.
Enjoy a variety of fun activities on a beach in the mountains at Loch Morlich Watersports.
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.
A 22 mile route up one side of the River Carron to a historic church, returning by the other side of the river.
The Fingal Centre is part of a new development which includes state of the art community facilities and a high school.
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.