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A quiet, short (5 mile) loop on the Waternish peninsula.
Rockhopper offers half, full or multi-day sea kayaking trips through some of the most spectacular coastal, mountain and island scenery in Scotland.
Riding Schools & Centres
Established in 1963, and fully approved by the British Horse Society (BHS), Borlum is the ideal place to take a riding holiday.
The golf course is set in the grounds of Skeabost House Hotel. Essentially a parkland course, Skeabost is popular with locals and visitors alike.
Keith Golf Course lies in the heart of Malt Whisky country.
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.
South Loch Ness circuit
Links, 18 holes, 6671 yards, SSS 71, Par 71
The Carnegie Links represents all that is great about Scottish golf, from the friendly intimate and warm Golf House to its fine traditional links course.
The UK's premier mountain activity centre.
Eighteen hole golf course (Heathland), situated beside, Ben Nevis offering spectacular view of Britains highest mountain.
This final section takes in part of the National Cycle Network, Route 1.
Welcome to Eriskay Golf Club
Mountain Bike Trails
Experience the mild or wild side of life with Ace Adventure.
Mackessack Park in Rothes is the home of Rothes Football Club.
Mountain Bike Trails
Called 'Laggan Wolftrax' after the legendary 'Wolf of Badenoch', the new mountain bike routes are managed by Forestry Commission Scotland and are billed as 'mountain bike trails with bite.'
It is quite remarkable how many of Scotland's most enjoyable links courses reflect the hand of James Braid.
An easy cycle along the Caledonian Canal from Fort Augustus, ideal for a family outing.
A steady climb then a long descent to Durness, the most northerly point of the route.