Outdoor Activities in Fort William Activity Centre Fort William Active Highs offer a large range of outdoor activities in Fort William and the area ha become a Mecca for outdoor activities and is also know as “The Outdoor Capital of the UK” due to the natural landscape lending itself to adventure for all levels. With the U.K.’s highest mountain (Ben Nevis) and deepest

2014 River Garry Release Dates

2014 White Water Rafting Dates We now have the long awaited release dates for white water rafting on the River Garry this year! The River Garry is a dam release river which means that once or twice per week the dam opens and floods the river with water from the loch above. originally the freshet

We are pleased to announce that we have purchased a new fleet of open canoes for the 2014 season at Active Highs. This season our customers can enjoy paddling our new Venture Prospector Canoes on Loch Oich and in the Great Glen. We are extremely happy to have these new boats as we believe that they

Active Highs have a great selection of outdoor activities and adventure sports available over the Easter period in the Fort William area. Our 2014 season kicks off as early as March this year with white water rafting on the River Garry and white water canoeing on the River Oich. During the Easter school holidays our

Stag Weekend Scotland Offers Stag Goes free! Active Highs are offering one free place to stag parties booking a Stag weekend in Scotland with us for 2014! If you book a stag weekend activity for a group of ten or more and pay your deposit before the end of January we will give the stag

Things To Do In Fort William Half Term & Summer Activities The Fort William area is a great place for outdoor activities and scenery as well as having a lot wide range of pubs, places to eat and accommodation. We may be a little biased but in our opinion if you are looking for some

Outdoor Activities in Fort William Active Highs offer a fantastic range of outdoor activities in Fort William & the Great Glen. Our activity centre is based just 25 miles from Fort William town centre on the shores of Loch Oich which is on the Great Glen Way and Part of the Caledonian Canal and Great Glen