Gorge Scrambling in both Aviemore & Scotland is a hugely popular activity, it is exciting and challenging. This activity involves jumping into deep pools, scrambling up short waterfalls and sliding down naturally formed rock flumes. Suitable for both children and adult groups, it is a must do activity for all!
Prepare to get wet and have an amazing adventure! Gorge Scrambling is available at several great venues close to Aviemore. You will be provided with high quality and modern safety equipment and supervised closely by expert guides.
Gorge Scrambling Locations in Scotland
|Truim Falls||Tuesday Thursday Saturday Sunday||9.30am-3.30pm||A fast flowing gorge with a series of small drops & chutes with steep rock walls. It has a variety of jumps from 5 – 25 feet. Suitable for children aged 7+ in the Aviemore & Cairngorms area.||£59|
|Bridge of Brown||Tuesday Thursday||9.30am-3.30pm||Narrow short gorge that involves a lot of scrambling with medium jumps. Suitable for children aged 7+ in the Aviemore & Cairngorms area.||£59|
|The Devil’s Pupil*||Pre Booked Days||10.00am-3.30pm||Abseil into this spectacular gorge with a 70ft abseil. Moving through the gorge, we have a number of fun jumps followed by areas to scramble up. Suitable for water confident children aged 13+ & is located near Glasgow.||£75|
|The Gogo Gorge*||Pre Booked Days||10.00am-3.30pm||Mainly straight-forward but may contain short challenging sections. Most challenges are avoidable if required. Suitable for very confident children 13+ and adults. Located near Glasgow.||£75|
*Please note we require a minimum number of 8 people to these gorges.
Kids go half price when accompanied by an adult (a maximum of two kids per adult)
|Meeting point for the gorge scrambling is the Cairngorms adventure centre Newtonmore, transport pick ups can be arranged from Newtonmore, Kingussie and Aviemore areas. All technical & safety equipment is provided. Our guide will decide the gorge on the day of activities.|
|What to bring?|
|Towel, Dry Shoes, Lunch & Drink, Swimwear & Shorts|