When you are looking for a holiday which offers 100's of action-packed outdoor activities, Scotland should be top of your list.
Pitlochry - Scotland's Hotel & Spa. Pitlochry has become one of the adventure/activity sports hotspots in the UK. For the adrenaline seekers amongst you there are a wealth of hair raising activities provided by Nae Limits, these include white water rafting, adventure tubing, sphering, cliff jumping, quad biking and paintballing to name just a few.
Pitlochry is set to be the home to the first purpose built, bungee jumping site, this 154ft jump platform is on the underside of the Garry Bridge, which spans the River Garry, with spectator pods being be set-up in a small clearing off the wooded walk at the popular Pass of Killiecrankie beauty spot. See the You Tube video to the right below - have you got what it takes!!
Make the most of your short break.
Glencoe Village - The Glencoe Inn
With a choice of 40 Munros within a 15 mile radius, even the most experienced climbers will find a challenge. There are watersports available on the lochs and great mountain biking terrain (with bike hire available in Crankitup Bike hire) whilst wintersports including skiing, snowboarding and rock and ice climbing are also popular. The Ice Factor at Kinlochlevan is the National Ice Climbing Centre, this hub of activity sports also includes, indoor and outdoor rock climbing, guided hillwalking and a high level rope course, which is the biggest fixed rail adventure course in the UK.
Make the most of your short break in Glencoe.
Inveraray - Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa. Argyll Adventure - Inveraray and the glorious Argyll countryside is perfect for horse riding, experience mounting up and heading off to explore Argyll including local forest trails and the beautiful shores of Loch Fyne. Whether you are experienced or a beginner, Argyll Adventure in Inveraray can provide well trained horses and ponies, experienced riding coaches and high safety standards allowing you to enjoy a truly wonderful experience and witness beautiful Loch Fyne by horseback.