Family activities in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland

Ever wanted your children to explore the outdoors but not quite confident of what to do yourself. The Highlands and Islands of Scotland provide a perfect play ground to have an all round adventure holiday with your children. Choosing from a mix of activities such as coasteering, canyonning , Via ferreta, mountain walking/ scrambling, indoor ice climbing, rock climbing, camping, sea kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, den building, wild life spotting you can truly explore the wonders of the West Coast of Scotland. To add to the excitement we can visit two of Harry Potter’s top 10 locations Glencoe and Glenfinnian viaduct and even take a boat ride to see if we can see the Loch Ness Monster.


Dates and Cost
Dates Easter to October half term
Cost Dependent on activities and accommodation chosen


Important Information 
Maximum Number Two adults and four children.
Duration As long as you want
Where are the activities based? Fort William is a really great central location
Pre requisites None


More Detail

Ever fancied a truly adventurous time trying out all sorts of different activities. Adele can help you plan your time and logistics as well as guide on certain activities. Having recently explored the delights of sea kayaking she has a good idea of what the novice paddler would enjoy and is happy to bring on board the necessary expert qualified instructors she knows. Marry this with a days walking/ scrambling, a day testing your arms on the indoor ice and rock walls, mountain biking at the world cup venue, coasteering and gorge scrambling on Skye and perhaps an overnight in the wilds would afford to a great active holiday away.

Adele can arrange everything from accommodation, equipment, transport and activities so you can truly relax on holiday knowing you’re going to get the best out of your time.

A typical weeks programme

Day 1 Arrive and settle into your accommodation and take an evening stroll to see the Steal Falls and to test your nerve crossing the Steal bridge.

Day 2 A days sea kayaking around Arisaig and may be a camp on a beach.

Day 3 Indoor or outdoor rock climbing and a chance to try out some indoor ice climbing

Day 4 Mountain day taking in a Munro or two or a classic scramble

Day 5 and 6 Trip to the Isle of Skye to see or walk in the magnificent Cuillins, gorge scramble or jump into the sea.

Day 7 Return to Fort William test your legs on the many cycle tracks before returning home exhausted but happy you have made the most of your week.

Whatever you would like to do Adele can help you arrange your program for the week.


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