Canyoning in the Great Glen & Fort William
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.
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What is Canyoning?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 canyons 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.
|Allt Na h Uamha||9.45am – 3.30pm||Our most popular canyon that has it all! This fantastic experience includes waterfalls, high speed slides, jumps and flumes with the final challenge to abseil down a stunning waterfall.|
|Truim Falls||9.45am – 3.30pm||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.|
|Bruar Falls||9.45am – 3.30pm||A fantastic Canyon with high jumps & long flumes! Via Ferrata and Abseiling into the canyon! A must for all adventure lovers!|
|The Devil’s Pulpit||9.30am – 3.30pm||Entry into this spectacular gorge is by a 70ft abseil straight into the water.|