White Water Rafting Scotland
Scotland is packed with mountains, and many of the rivers are fed by meltwater as the snow melts on nearby peaks in spring and runs down into the Scottish waterways, raising water levels and increasing the intensity of already awesome rapids.
The other thing Scotland is blessed with is plenty of rain which also helps to ramp up those rivers and melts the snow even faster. Coupled with dam releases this means that Scotland can offer pretty much year-round white water, making it one of the most dependable places to go white water rafting in the UK.
White Water Rafting Scotland, Take a look at the Rivers we run our whitewater rafting trips on throughout Scotland, from full-on white water to mellow river journeys through the stunning scenery on offer, other activities can be added to create your custom adventure activity tour.
White water rafting in Scotland is full of thrills and the occasional spill. If you’re looking for powerful rivers and beautiful scenery then you’ve come to the right place.
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White Water Rafting Scotland:
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.
The variation of breath-taking natural landscape makes it unique within the UK. This adventure flows through native Scottish woodland, traditional highland farmland, local game estates, dramatic towering gorges and ancient red-sandstone cliffs.
A trip you will never forget.
Whitewater Rafting Scotland:
The River Orchy
The River Orchy Whitewater Rafting trip is a Grade 3 to 5 River Rafting Experience, grade 5 being the very highest class of commercial rafting available. Situated in the heart of the Grampian Mountains, in Argyll, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of city life, lies Glen Orchy. This is a tranquil little glen, dotted with a couple of farms surrounded by steep, rugged mountains.
River Orchy White Water Rafting is a day trip, where we cover ten miles of the river.
We must point out that the River Orchy is very weather dependent.
Whitewater River Rafting Scotland:
The River Tummel
The River Tummel is a stunning little technical river with numerous white water rapids such as Sharks Tooth, Surfs Up and Roller-coaster throughout the trip, testing your resolve on the final rapid… ‘Lynn of Tummel’ an 18ft two-tier waterfall!
The River Tummel White Water Rafting is situated just north of Pitlochry. Pitlochry is in Highland Perthshire Scotland on our route through the Highlands.
This is the perfect wee adrenaline hit of a raft trip, short and sweet.