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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Alness Swimming Pool is part of Alness Academy in the Highlands.
Grant Park in Lossiemouth is the home of Lossiemouth Football Club.
Mountain Bike Trails
Abriachan is a 530-hectare area of forest and open hill ground, suitable for newcomers to mountain biking yet it can still offer something to those more advanced.
Whisky, Uisghe Breatha, the Water of Life.
Sailing Charter Companies
This is an eight passenger luxury hotel and sightseeing barge which sails along the Caledonian Canal.
Riding Schools & Centres
Newtonmore Riding Centre provides Highland Pony riding lessons, trekking and horse riding holidays for all ages in the beautiful Cairngorms National Park.
Enjoy a variety of fun activities on a beach in the mountains at Loch Morlich Watersports.
Marinas, Harbours & Moorings
Inverness Marina is one of Scotland's most sheltered natural deep water harbours.
Tarbat Golf Club, founded nearly 100 years ago, is part of the beautiful seaside village of Portmahomack.
Mountain Bike Trails
It's a bit hillier returning to Craigellachie by the public road.
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.
The golf course is set in the grounds of Skeabost House Hotel. Essentially a parkland course, Skeabost is popular with locals and visitors alike.
Nairn to Cawdor
190 miles in the wildest and most rugged scenery in Scotland. If you like hills to get your teeth into, this is for you!
Fitness & Leisure Centres
This leisure centre in the Highlands provides many different activities including an ice rink, swimming pools and a health and wellness suite.
Aviemore Quad Bike Treks is based at Rothiemurchus estate in Aviemore and the Alvie & Dalraddy Estate, just south of Aviemore.
Horse Riding Routes & Trails
A forest rebuilt in 1942 following an extensive fire, it now boasts Scots Pine and Spruce.
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.