Scotland is famed for its lochs, mountains, whisky and severe winter weather. But Scotland’s hills, mountains, rolling countryside, lakes and waterways make it the perfect destination for a world of adventure holidays. What follows looks in more detail at five adventure holiday ideas.
There are many wonderful benefits you can get from walking. You can get both health and psychological benefits from walking. It does not matter if the walking is done outside or inside, the benefits will be the same,
You could happily spend years walking in this very beautiful and varied area. There is something for every walker: Munros, Corbetts and hundreds of smaller hills; family-friendly woodland walks; island routes; coastal treks and long distance trails.
If you had to choose just one area of Scotland to visit for walking, then this would have to be it. Perthshire, Angus & Dundee and the Kingdom of Fife offers a perfect microcosm of all that Scotland has to offer the walker.
Take in some of the most spectacular scenery in the whole of Scotland on a mixture of fabulous hill passes. Come to the ancient glens and hills of the Highlands and enjoy some of the finest walking country in the world.
There is no better way for visitors to witness Europe’s astonishing natural beauty than to travel by foot. See the golden sun rising behind the glorious sun-coated Alps and the waves of the Spanish sea crashing powerfully against the rocks,
Enjoy a fabulous combination of coastal, city and inland walks, the latter in Royal territory. Aberdeenshire has a pleasing mix of stunning natural beauty and culturally rich attractions where you can enjoy an invigorating walk as well as visiting a magnificent castle or two and include a visit to one of the many Speyside whisky distilleries.
A charming county overflowing with history, art, and beautiful countryside, West Lothian is the perfect spot for a camping holiday. Situated on the border of Scotland’s capital city, West Lothian is an ideal site for campers, offering a variety of activities.
Skiing is the most popular winter sport and there are plenty of countries in Europe which offer fantastic ski resorts. If it is a good snow year then Scotland is a great place for a ski holiday, so you are not disappointed by turning up and finding out there hasn’t been enough snow to ski,
A misty, mountainous Scottish isle is famed for its coastal cliffs and its magnificently varied landscape. The Isle of Skye, the largest of the Inner Hebrides off the west coast of Scotland, is a mecca for both mountain climbers and geologists.