Adventure Activity Tours Scotland:
To create my Adventure Activity Tours Scotland, I have partnered with Scotland’s elite activity providers to give you the opportunity to experience the best of the best in outdoor adventure Scotland has on offer, from adventure activities to wilderness activities and more.
Bringing an extra level of luxury & personability to our adventure activity tours is what gives you the time to immerse yourself in every moment, ensuring your visit is filled with thrilling experiences, cherished memories and a rekindled sense of adventure.
Adventure Activity Tours Scotland, from exploring hidden canyons and gorges to scaling the heights of a waterfall with Via Ferrata, rafting the stunning rivers of Scotland to guiding your own mini river bug down the rapids, or taking in the panoramic views from a vantage point on a hill trek – all of these activities are yours to enjoy with the support of highly trained professional guides who have made adventure activity their life and passion.
Take a look at the activities below to find out a little more about your unique adventure tour, and review our booking and terms – see terms and conditions.
Canyoning or canyoneering is an adventure activity that combines rock and water activities into a sport full of adventure, adrenaline and natural beauty. You will be trekking through river gorges, around rock pools and behind waterfalls.
You will find yourself abseiling down waterfalls, swimming in crystal clear water and tackling cliff jumps into stunning rock pools, this has to be one of the best ways to explore the hidden gems of Scotland’s wild and rugged landscapes.
Bring swimwear to wear under a wetsuit and a towel. You are welcome to bring a waterproof camera, but we provide free photos and videos of this trip.
Take a look at the Canyons we run [canyoning scotland].
Bungee Jumping, Swing & Zip-Wire Adventure
It is a personal challenge. A state-of-mind. An exploration of limits. A few seconds of heart-thumping bliss. An experiment with gravity.
The UK’s first static bungee -jump and bridge swing takes place near to the famous site of the Battle of Killiecrankie. A specially constructed bungee jump platform is suspended below the Garry Bridge over the beautiful River Garry perched above a dramatic gorge surrounded by ancient trees.
Situated in the Heart of Perthshire – The reception for zip park is located at the Killiecrankie’s Visitor Centre near Pitlochry. Known for the famous ‘Soldiers Leap’ where one soldier escaped the Battle of Killiecrankie.
Stand Up Paddle Boarding
One of the best ways to enjoy Scotlands abundance of Lochs and Rivers, SUP’s (Stand Up Paddle Boards) give you the opportunity to take in the views of the surrounding hillsides, ancient loch dwellings, and mysterious islands that populate Scotlands lochs.
So whether it’s an early morning sunrise yoga session, touring the shores and islands of some of our finest lochs, or even journeying down sections of rivers to stop and enjoy a picnic on the banking.
For SUP Tours and Adventure in Perthshire – take a look at the Perthshire Paddleboarding page to find out more about day trips.
Take a look at the Loch’s we paddle [standup paddle boarding scotland].
Quad Biking Adventures
An adventurous and fun site, our main site comes complete with ravines, burn crossings, forest course and all manner of other laughter-inducing features. Not to mention the stunning views of the Tay Valley!
This quad bike course will put quad bikes and riders to the ultimate test and is sure to see the mud start flying. We provide everything you need and also make sure there’s plenty for everyone to enjoy – from quad bike first-timers to more experienced riders.
Minimum age – 12 years (children should be big enough to operate brakes on an adult-sized bicycle)
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White Water Rafting
The River Findhorn offers the best white water rafting in Scotland because it is a natural river that runs all year round, beginning in the Monadhliath Mountains and flowing northeast to Findhorn Bay eventually joining the sea in the Moray Firth.
This is one of a selection of White Water Rafting trips that I run with Unique Adventure Tours, the variation of breath-taking natural landscape makes each river run a unique experience. Whether it is the wide and winding River Tay in Perthshire, the bouncy playful River Tummel near Pitlochry, the mountainous River Orchy on the edge of Glencoe, or the thrills of the River Garry close to Fort William, Scotland offers it all.
Take a look at the other Rivers we run [whitewater rafting scotland].
The ideal way to get that little bit more out of your river running experience, River Bugs are purpose-built white watercraft, manoeuvrable, inflatable armchair-like one-man rafts amplifying your white water experience to get you right up close to the action.
We have been able to access some of the most untouched river sections to give you a unique and memorable adventure, helping you find places very few people have visited in this way.
Take a look at the Rivers we run [river bugging scotland].
This unique and exciting activity runs beside the third biggest waterfall in Scotland, equipped with fixed cables, staples, ladders and bridges, this route allows users to access this spectacular environment without the risks associated with unprotected scrambling and climbing.
With state of the art specialist equipment, sponsored by Petzl, you will be permanently clipped on to the continuous safety cable, allowing you to experience and enjoy this seemingly inaccessible environment.
Scotland is a world-class destination with something to offer all mountain bikers, from purpose-built trails to natural, wild routes amongst the great landscapes.
Scotland is home to undulating trails with amazing climbs and descents on both double and single-track. Many of Scotland’s trails are natural and ‘rustic’ ancient paths and ‘passes’ where you can choose your own route through this wild and rugged landscape.
People from all over the world come to Scotland every year to walk in its spectacular hills. Whether you want the challenge of a Munro, or to stroll a lowland slope, Scotland enjoys some of the greatest hillwalking country in the world: accessible, yet with a true wilderness feel.
Climbing Scotland’s peaks is a great way for experienced walkers to explore some of Scotland’s finest scenery and further-flung locations.
Take a look at some of the highlights [hillwalking trekking scotland].
Scotland is a walker’s paradise. From hiking in the Scottish Highlands to walking alongside the tranquil waters of an inland loch to climbing beside the tumbling falls of a wild mountain river. You can also discover a more unassuming side to Scotland’s trails too, with quiet valleys and accessible foothills, making it the perfect walking retreat for all abilities.
Let us take you into these magical places to truly embrace Scotland.
Take a look at some of the highlights [trail walking scotland].