Duration: 1 - 3 days

Price point: Premium

Privately guided adventure tours throughout Scotland's Highlands & West Coast.

  • Single to multi-day adventure activities including walking, whitewater rafting, river bugging, Via Ferrata, canyoning and mountain biking.

  • Working with the best adventure activity suppliers.

  • Highly experienced guides with in-depth local knowledge. 

  • Nose to tail personalised service.

  • Hand-picked accommodation with Scottish character.

Combining top quality adventure activities and professional guides, with the best of Scotland's hospitality, food and accommodation to make sure you get the most out of your visit and are able to be fully immersed in the experiences and activities.

 

You will be accompanied every step (or leap) of the way by experienced guides: from collection to drop-off, and everything in-between. These guides are passionate about Scotland and keen to share stories and local knowledge to enrich your experience and make your visit memorable.

At a glance

  • Location: Throughout the highlands and west coast of Scotland

  • Group sizes: Up to 8 people

  • Trip type: Private groups of friends / family

  • Season: Year round

  • Grading/difficulty: A decent level of fitness is required for most activities. Some can be challenging and require commitment and trust.

  • Getting there: Train, bus, car, plane.

  • Pick-ups: Included from hotel, train station, bus station, airport.

  • Age restrictions: Minimum age 16.

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Sustainability and values

All food provided on tour is fresh, locally sourced and packaged as much as possible in recyclable products. Transport is in an EcoBlue drive Ford Tourneo, which reduces the carbon footprint. All outdoor activities are operated responsibly, with consideration for the surrounding natural environment. By using local producers and suppliers, tours are supporting and giving back to the local community 

If you care about Climate Change, you'll care about carbon emissions from travel

All of the tours offered through Natural Britain have been assessed for the amount of carbon emitted and this is shown against each featured itinerary below. To help make sense of this figure, you can head over to our Carbon Emissions page for useful comparisons with overseas travel etc.

"Discover Scotland's best kept secrets"

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Our story...

Having been an outdoor guide & activity leader for 17 years, Chris decided to move away from the mass market offerings and step out on his own to deliver a more personal experience.  

Featured Itinerary 1

Price guide

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Adrenaline activities in Scotland

Three Day Standup Paddle Board, Via Ferrata & River Bugging Private Adventure Tour 

  • Explore epic natural venues in two very different areas of Scotland – the Highlands and West Coast

  • Private guide and transport throughout

  • All activity equipment provided

  • Experience three very different adventure activities 

  • Overnight accommodation included

This tour runs on a private basis from March to October. 

 

Prices from:

  • 2 - 3 people:     £875

  • 4 - 5 People:    £775

  • 6 - 8 people:    £725

Please select your dates on the booking calendar to check availability

Itinerary

Day 1. Walk and SUP


A day of dry and wet activities, starting with a wake up walk in the stunning Birks of Aberfeldy or Acharn Falls. Followed by a lunch break with a hearty packed lunch to prepare for an active afternoon. Time for some Standup Paddle Boarding on Loch Tay to get a real feel of the wide open spaces on offer in this wonderful country. Finish the day with a sauna on the shores of Loch Tay looking out over the Loch and Hills surrounding this magical place. You will then be dropped off at your accommodation in the local area for the night, to be fed and rested ready for the next day’s adventure




Day 2. Via Ferrata and walk


Starting day 2 we head to Kinlochleven and the Via Ferrata course. 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. Onto a well-deserved lunch break with a visit to a local seafood restaurant to refuel ready for the rest of the day. In the afternoon enjoy some excellent local walks around the stunning area. You will then be dropped off at your accommodation in the local area for the night, to be fed and rested ready for the next day’s adventure.




Day 3. River Bugging


Head to Spean Bridge and the stunning Spean Gorge section of the river to begin your River Bugging adventure trip. This trip takes you through a truly inaccessible gorge, its epic walls have been beautifully carved by the water and make great cliff jumping venues. The rapids include drops, waves and hydraulics which are guaranteed to get the heart pumping. Finish the day with a visit to a local eatery to refuel for the journey home, with time for a wee leg stretch walk during the trip back to your chosen destination.





Carbon Impact

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CARBON

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The carbon impact of this trip is

53 kg CO2e per person

The above calculation shows the approximate amount of carbon that will be emitted by taking this trip (this does not include meals or getting to the destination). Details of how this figure is calculated can be found on our
Carbon Emissions page. 
  

Check dates and book it today >

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Featured Itinerary 2

Two Day Canyoning and Stand Up Paddle Board Private Adventure Tour 

  • Explore epic natural venues in two very different areas of Scotland – the Highlands and Perthshire

  • Private guide and transport throughout

  • All activity equipment provided

  • Combination of land and water based activities

  • Overnight accommodation included

Itinerary

Day 1: Walk at Dunkeld and Canyoning Adventure


Start the day with a wake up walk in the stunning Dunkeld Hermitage. After a hearty packed lunch head to Bruar Falls for a canyoning experience. This canyon has exquisite waterfalls and rock features with awesome jumps from 2 metres to 10 metres and vertical rock slides. At the end of the action packed day you will be dropped off at your overnight accommodation.




Day 2: Walk and SUP at Loch Tay


The day starts on the shores of Loch Tay for a stunning nature walk around beautiful pools and waterfalls. After a picnic on the Loch shores you will then try some Stand Up Paddle Boarding on the Loch itself. The day will end in a sauna with fantastic views of the Loch and hills beyond. You will then be transferred to you chosen destination or an extra nights accommodation can be arranged.





Price guide

This tours runs on a private basis from March to October.  Prices from:

  • Low:  £675

  • Mid:   £775

  • High:  £875

Low season - March and October
Mid season - June and September 
High season - July and August

Carbon Impact

YOUR

CARBON

LABEL

The carbon impact of this trip is

Information to follow shortly

The above calculation shows the approximate amount of carbon that will be emitted by taking this trip (this does not include meals or getting to the destination). Details of how this figure is calculated can be found on our
Carbon Emissions page. 
  

Check dates and book it today >

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