White Water Rafting
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White Water Rafting in Scotland
White Water Rafting in Aviemore, Inverness & throughout Scotland is one of our most popular water activities. So why not try it and see for yourself.
White Water Rafting in Scotland is an adventurous and enjoyable day out for all. The rivers around Aviemore, the Cairngorms & Inverness are some of, if not the most enjoyable White Water Rafting venues across the whole of Scotland
White Water Rafting in Aviemore & the Cairngorms, Inverness & throughout Scotland is one of our most popular water activities. Active Outdoor Pursuits provide rafting on Scotland’s best Rivers and offer you the widest choice of locations. Our most popular rafting trips are the River Findhorn, River Garry and the River Spey. In Perthshire we raft on the River Tay and in South West Scotland we raft the river Doon & Nith.
White Water Rafting is a great fun activity for everyone. Families and young people will love the bounce and splash offered on grade 2 river trips like the Spey, while adult groups such as stag and hen parties may go for the more exhilarating experience on the River Findhorn or River Garry.
Select your River Below For your Rafting Adventure
White Water Rafting on the River GarryFrom: £70.00
White Water Rafting on the River FindhornFrom: £70.00
White Water Rafting on The River SpeyFrom: £70.00
White Water Rafting on the River TayFrom: £70.00
Duckies on the River TayFrom: £70.00
Duckies on the River SpeyFrom: £70.00
River Oich Paddling TripFrom: £65.00
Scottish White Water Rafting Rivers
The Findhorn is located in the Aviemore & Cairngorms area, but easily accessible from the Great Glen area as well.
Our most popular white water rafting river, it is available all year round (River levels permitting) and is suitable for children Aged 10+ (depending on the section)
Rising high in the Monadhliath Mountains, the River Findhorn quickly descends north of Aviemore towards Findhorn Bay on the Moray coast.
White water rafting the River Findhorn is a truly memorable experience – its fast flowing grade 3 & 4 rapids such as Leven’s Gorge, Dulsie Gorge and Carnage Corner will have your adrenalin flowing.
Rafting on the River Findhorn is suitable for teen’s and adult groups and is particularly popular with stag and hen parties. The middle section is also suitable for confident children accompanied by adults. This middle stretch is also popular with our mini rafts and duckies.
Photos from Our white Water Rafting Rivers Across Scotland
When is the Best Time of Year to go White Water Rafting in Scotland?
White Water Rafting in Scotland is an all year round activity however, conditions vary with the seasons. The conditions are generally pleasant in Summer with warmer temperatures, the higher water levels are normally during the Spring and Autumn where we regularly go white water rafting on the Findhorn near both Aviemore & Inverness.
During the summer months, river levels can be low and heavy rainfall is required however, we should always be able to find a suitable river. The River Garry is dam controlled so will run most Thursdays and Saturdays throughout the summer. No previous experience is required, although there are variable age limits for each river.Want to try out some other great adventures? Why not check out our canyoning days!
White Water Rafting Trips Include
Pick up for White Water Rafting in Scotland is as follows: activities in Aviemore, Inverness & the Cairngorms is from Newtonmore, Kingussie & Aviemore areas. For the River Garry and River Oich it will be our Great Glen adventure Centre on Loch Oich, Invergarry.
You will need to being with you a towel, dry shoes, lunch, swimwear for under the wetsuit and shorts for over the top of it.
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Our Rafting History
Active Outdoor Pursuits have been providing rafting for more than twenty years right across the greatest venues in Scotland. The rivers we have rafted vary right from perfect family trips on grade 1/2 all the way through to grade 4/5. Our favourites are definitely the Findhorn, the Garry, the Spey and the Tay. All of our guides are fully qualified and certified through the Scottish Canoe Association – British Canoeing Raft Guide awards. And we even have staff who sit on the technical board for rafting and provide the training and assessment of guides. We have a long history of developing guides within our company and ensure the highest of standards are maintained so you have the best adventures in a safe manner. We are also an AALA licensed company.