We provide high quality courses and training catering for beginners to advanced trips in paddlesport, hillwalking, bushcraft and wilderness courses within Loch Lomond and The Trossach's National Park.
We include everyone in our learning experiences and take them back to nature. Though skills are important to us, it is not our main purpose, values or motivations behind running the business. Through journeys and ‘just getting out’ we explore and inspire human value from seeing life from natures point of view, respecting and caring for the environment.
People will see and discover new places, experience the noise of the bird song, the smell of the pine trees, the rustle of autumn leaves, the views of the amazing hills, lochs and rivers. Throughout the seasons many will encounter varied and diverse wildlife and appreciate all this for themselves on a journey whether it is hillwalking or paddling. For us, we are busy people now and I have come to realise people seek time out to reconnect with what is important to them and that could be for a variety of reasons whether it be to connect to our place in society, economy, environment, political or cultural heritage.
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