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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Horse Riding Routes & Trails
Following Aldie Burn, this mixed conifer forest offers up a fun day trekking while seeing some of Scotland's wildlife close up.
The idyllic village of Plockton and its sheltered waters provide one of the best locations in Scotland for learning and improving your kayak skills.
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.
Enjoy guided day walks, historic walks and environmental interpretation.
Welcome to Eriskay Golf Club
Mountain Bike Trails
Billed as the longest freeride descent in the UK, the new trail currently being built high up on Ben Bhraggie, Golspie is sure to attract downhill aficionados from all over the UK.
One of Scotlands hidden gems Fort Augustus was laid out in 1924 by Harry Shapland Colt on the banks of the Caledonian Canal near Loch Ness.
Claggan Park is the home of Fort William Football Club.
The ancient realm of Moray offers a wide choice of golf and its premier venue is undoubtedly the two Moray courses.
Kyle Of Lochalsh
Parkland, 9 holes, 1,932 yards, SSS 0, Par 54
The golf course in Kyle was opened in 1930 and covered most of the area called the Plock of Kyle.
Mackessack Park in Rothes is the home of Rothes Football Club.
Welcome to Vertical Descents.
Long climbs with impressive views of sea-lochs and mountains.
Thurso is an enjoyable parkland course at the tip of the Highlands with inspiring views of the Pentland Firth and Orkney Isles.
Wonderful golf at Dragon's Tooth. Pay & Play golf - welcome to the jewel of the Outdoor Capital.
This angling club in Lochinver offers wild brown trout fishing to the public.
Unique Sea Kayaking Experiences in the World-Class Location of the Isle of Skye
Spey Descents offers unique outdoor experiences and specialises in open canoe descents of the River Spey, from Kincraig to the sea.
South Loch Ness circuit