Adventure Activities in the Great Glen
Active’s new Great Glen Centre offers five star outdoor activities on the shores of Loch Oich. This stunning new location is steeped in history, fantastic scenery and adventure opportunities.
From our waterside location between Fort William and Fort Augustus we offer a range of half and full day Watersports tasters, skills sessions and journeys on Loch Oich, Loch Ness and along the Caledonian Canal. Mountain activities will be on the local hills and crags. For experienced mountain enthusiasts, we will utilise the world famous North face of Ben Nevis. In winter our Snowsports programme will be from the Nevis Range and the Aonach Mor Ski area.
A wide range of adventurous outdoor activities in the Great Glen are available for individuals, groups, families and schools. We look forward to welcoming new and existing clients to our base at Invergarry Lodges with it’s Sail Inn cafe bar.
Outdoor activities are available throughout the year from our Great Glen Centre. Book online or call now on 01540 210 000. We offer everything from fun day’s out for the family to multi day journeys throughout the Highlands. Our activities are suitable for everyone! regardless of age or ability.
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The Great Glen
The Great Glen runs for 62 miles from Inverness in an almost straight line to Fort William, following a geological fault which bisects the Scottish Highlands into the Grampian Mountains to the southeast, and the Northwest Highlands to the northwest.
A natural travelling route, the Great Glen is used by both The Caledonian Canal and the A82 road, and in 2002 the Great Glen Way opened, providing a long-distance route for cyclists, canoeists and walkers. Much of the glen is taken up with a series of lochs, with rivers connecting them.
Active Outdoor’s Great Glen Centre is based on the shores of Loch Oich between Fort William and Fort Augustus. The loch forms part of the Caledonian Canal, of which it is the highest point.
Another ‘highest point’ in the glen is Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles which stands at 4,411 ft above sea level.