Wilderness Scotland are rated No. 1 adventure travel company in Europe by National Geographic Magazine, offering a range of inspiring adventures in Scotland’s most remote & beautiful regions.
With so much to discover and a variety of way to do so Wilderness Scotland can ensure you have the trip of a lifetime. You can choose to join a scheduled trip, get something tailor made or go for the self guided option. We offer a variety of activities in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland including mountain biking, wilderness walking, sea kayaking, sailing, road cycling and canoeing. In the Aberdeenshire area you can choose from mountain biking and wilderness walking or of course something tailor made.Mountain Biking
Starting from Aberdeen, ride from the crashing North Sea in the east to the wild Atlantic in the west, this trips provides some of the most spectacular and varied scenery Scotland has to offer. We've pioneered a fantastic route for mountain bikers that cover 375km and an awesome 7000m of ascent and descent and is the ultimate coast to coast mountain bike ride in the UK. Voted one of the Trips of the Year by Outside Magazine this trip has an amazing assortment of trails from great mountain passes to ancient pine forest singletrack.Wilderness Walking
Hiking in the Cairngorms National Park is a special experience not to be missed! The region has been named by National Geographic as one of the top 50 Must Visit Places on Earth. There are delights at every turn including the majestic Royal Deeside, where the Queen has her Scottish residence at Balmoral Castle and Strathspey where the high plateau rises above the charming villages. Fully guided, this trip is a perfect opportunity to enjoy some of the best easy walks in the Cairngorms National Park surrounded by fantastic scenery, wilderness and rich history and heritage. There is a huge variety on this trip as we hike on ancient whisky smugglers trails, visit Scotland's first licensed whisky distillery, explore a 13th century Highland Castle and a wildlife reserve.Road Cycling
The Grand Tour of Scotland is a classic road cycling tour connecting the Highland capital of Inverness to the Scottish capital of Edinburgh. Riding some 230 miles (370km), this journey takes you through the best of the Cairngorm National Park and Royal Deeside, including a visit to Royal Lochnagar Distillery and Balmoral castle.
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