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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Mountain Bike Trails
Quiet road alternative. A big hill to start with but after that can be fairly easy with good views of the loch.
This section is a diversion from the main route, beautiful beaches and wonderful views.
Dramatic hills form the backdrop to this picturesque nine-hole course.
Achnacarry Sporting Estate offers a wide range of activities to suit all interests and abilities, including wildlife excursions, sightseeing & photography tours, hill walks, shooting, fishing and much more.
Assynt Crofter's Trust offers red deer stalking and salmon, sea trout and wild brown trout fishing.
A quiet, short (5 mile) loop on the Waternish peninsula.
Isle Of Skye
Join Skye Activities for boat trips including whale spotting and fishing trips, waterskiing and mountain bike hire.
Unique Sea Kayaking Experiences in the World-Class Location of the Isle of Skye
Around the Beauly Firth
Shootfishinscotland can offer a full range of shooting experiences, depending on the season.
Boots ‘n’ Paddles is an outdoor adventure activity company with bases in Inverness, Aviemore and Edinburgh.
Eighteen hole golf course (Heathland), situated beside, Ben Nevis offering spectacular view of Britains highest mountain.
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.
Victoria Park Stadium in Dingwall is the home of Ross County Football Club.
Fitness & Leisure Centres
The Black Isle Leisure Centre is found in Fortrose, the Highlands.
This is certainly the most hilly road in Scotland
Sailing Charter Companies
Eda Frandsen offers the finest traditional sailing in the Western Isles of Scotland.
18 holes, 6,772 yards, SSS 72, Par 73
Loch Ness Golf Course was opened in June of 1996 and has gained a reputation as an excellent test of golf for players of all abilities.
Founded by Sir George Dunbar under the watchful eye of James Braid, here are 18 holes of rare natural beauty running along Sinclairs Bay and surrounded by five coastal castles.