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Canyoning in the Great Glen & Fort William

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Canyoning is becoming a more and more popular activity in Fort William & Scotland. Scotland has the perfect landscape for canyoning and Active has venues across the country.

Canyoning in Fort William & the Great Glen

Canyoning is becoming a more and more popular activity in Fort William & Scotland. Scotland has the perfect landscape for canyoning and Active has venues across the country. This is an activity that has become one of the UK’s most popular extreme sports. The reasons for this are obvious.

What is Canyoning in Fort William like?

This involves launching yourself off cliffs into deep pools. Sliding down naturally formed rock flumes and abseiling down waterfalls and deep gorges.

Time to get wet! You may get cold! One of the most amazing adventures of your life is to canyon! Guided by our expert instructors you are taken to the limit with this exhilarating sport.

Following on, there are a number of fun jumps, slides and areas to scramble up. Close to Glasgow, Stirling & Loch Lomond.

The steep canyoning venues near Fort William have been carved from the rock over millions of years. Featuring naturally formed slide chutes, 40 ft jumps, abseils and a natural rock arch to negotiate – Canyoning is a challenging experience for the adventurous.

The Canyoning Venue of Allt Na h Uamha – Gaelic (Burn of the big cave) is located near Loch Laggan close to Fort William and the Great Glen. A classic Canyon descent for adrenaline seekers! One of our most popular days out from Fort William or from Aviemore and the surrounding area. A fantastic experience with water chutes, high speed slides and flumes with the final challenge to abseil down a 60ft waterfall.

This activity is best suited to adults groups and confident youths aged 12+. 

Gift Voucher photo - adventurous days out in Scotland

The Falls of Bruar are located a few miles North of Blair Atholl, it is an impressive natural feature so why not come and Canyon Bruar Falls with us! This steep canyon has been carved from the rock over millions of years. Its main features include naturally formed slide chutes, 40 ft jumps, abseils and a natural rock arch to negotiate – This is a challenging canyoning experience for the adventurous.

This activity is best suited to adults groups and confident youths aged 12+. 

Adventure Activities & days out in Scotland

The Falls of Bruar are located a few miles North of Blair Atholl. This impressively steep canyon has been hewn from the rock over millions of years. Robert Burns took time to write about this impressive place. Its many features include slides & chutes, 40 ft jumps and a 120 foot abseil – a very challenging canyon for the insane or very brave. Please be sure your ability matches your insanity levels before booking.

This activity is best suited to adult groups aged 16 and over. We will transport you to the gorge from the Aviemore area, meet you there if coming from Perthshire or we can collect you at Blair Atholl railway station.

Minimum age 16+

Canyoning at the Bruar - adventurous days out in scotland

The Truim falls are located a few miles south of Newtonmore – a fast flowing river with a series of small drops & chutes with steep rock walls. It has a variety of jumps from 5 – 25 feet and lends itself perfectly to an amazing rope crossing by Tyrolean traverse or zip line.

This activity is popular with families and adult groups based in the Aviemore & Speyside area.

Minimum age of 6+

gorge scrambling

Canyoning in Glasgow may seem like an unlikely activity but The Devil’s pulpit Gorge just North of the City is one of our most spectacular gorge’s It’s a is deep cut canyon with sandstone walls towering up some 100 feet above with only an arms span across in places.

Entry to this deep dark canyon is by a 70 foot abseil followed by scrambling up and down waterfalls and some fun jumps.

This activity is suitable for adults and confident youths aged 11+. This activity is only available to groups of 8 or more and transport can be arranged from the Glasgow area.

£75.00

Why not check out our Canyoning video below

  • Canyoning in Fort William

Private 1:1 Instruction!

If you wish to book a instructor specifically for you or your group. Simply fill in an enquiry form by clicking the button to the right or drop us a ring on 01540 210 000. We will be happy to tailor any activity or course to suit your wants and needs. Private instructor rates start from £225.00

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A little bit too extreme? Try Gorge scrambling instead.

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