|Itinerary: 6 Days & 5 Nights|
|Trip Departure Dates: August 19th
2018 Departure Dates: July 7th, 28th & August 18th
|Day 1: Bike||Milngavie – Rowardennan|
|Day 2: Canoe||Rowardennan – Inverarnan|
|Day 3: Walk||Inverarnan – Tyndrum|
|Day 4: Bike||Tyndrum – Glencoe Kingshouse|
|Day 5: Walk||Kingshouse – Glencoe Village|
|Day 6: Sea Kayak||Glencoe Village – Fort William|
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|Accommodation||1 Nights Camp & 4 Night Hostel|
|Is this trip for you?|
|Moderately Challenging but suitable for all abilities.
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“Outstanding & very professional guides. They are very knowledgeable and clearly have an expertise in this area. It met and went above my expectations.” Igor Umah, July 16
“I had the best, most amazing six days! thank you so much for such an amazing experience! Some tough, physically demanding challenges that makes it all the more adventurous! Wonderful food, awesome people & such a fantastic mood/atmosphere. Thanks heaps for everything 🙂 you guys are amazing!” Myf Jones, July 16
“Had a great time! So good to get the opportunity to get into the outdoors while travelling alone, this trip was my once in a life time, thank you for the experience!” Euan Aug 2015
“I found the instruction to be of a very high standard & professionalism” Ellis Sept 2015
“Very professional, i felt very comfortable under their instruction. Knowledge and information given was great and i enjoyed the extra facts on the plant life. This trip was better than expected and exceeded expectations!” Jacqui Aug 2015
West Highland Way Adventure
The West Highland Way is Scotland’s best known long distance trekking route. Active’s West Highland Way Adventure is a cunning variation of the original route, travelling on foot and by bike, canoe and sea kayak. The journey takes you to many breath-taking places; along the shores of Loch Lomond, through Glen Falloch, crossing Rannoch Moor to the foot of the mighty Buachaille Etive Mor before ascending the Devils Staircase in Glencoe over to Loch Leven and finishing in the heart of Fort William. Along its way you are steeped in the history and culture of Scotland and its people, giving you a truly diverse Scottish adventure experience the best way possible.
This classic journey begins just outside Glasgow and takes you 103 miles from lowland moors to high mountains and flowing streams through expansive inland and sea lochs. The journey finishes under the shadow of Ben Nevis at Fort William.
The Journey takes your across some of the most iconic landscapes in Scotland. Each day you will be surrounded by nature, the mountains and Scotland in all its glory. We combine the adventure trip with hostel accommodation and camping so you will experience the best of both worlds; the comfort and the wilderness!
Grade and Experience
This trip is fairly challenging for moderately fit adults. It follows good tracks, with canoeing and sea kayaking on fairly open inland & coastal waters. In bad weather the mode of travel may have to be changed for the safety & well being of the group. We can help you prepare and get the most from your adventure holiday – we can offer 1 or 2 day paddling skill days prior to your start day.
|What We Provide||What To Bring?|
|Luggage Transports & En-Route Shuttle||Waterproofs|
|Boats, Bikes & All Technical Equipment||Lightweight Boots or Grippy Trainers|
|Dry Bags or Containers||Sleeping Bag**|
|Stoves & Fuel||Drinks Bottle|
|Cooking Sets; Pots, Plates, Cutlery||Warm Clothes – 2/3 sets|
|Camping Sleeping Mats||Sunglasses & Suncream|
|3 or 4 Nights camp fees & 1 or 2 night hostel*||Midge Repellent / Mosquito Head Net|
|Transport from/to Newtonmore||Toiletries & Any Personal Medication|
- *Weather dependent for accommodation.
**Sleeping bags available for purchase/rent direct from ourselves.