Experience Canyoning in Scotland! Book Online
What is Canyoning? Jumping from cliffs, sliding down natural flumes, swimmming through deep pools, abseiling over waterfalls, scrambling & climbing up and over rocks and waterfalls!
Sound like fun?
Scotland has become a major destination for canyoning over the last 10 years and has some great venues due to the natural landscape of mountains and steep river gorges. So come along, put on your wetsuit, buoyancy aid, helmet & harness, hike up the hill side and jump on in with Active Highs!
Canyoning is an great fun & exhillerating activity and every slide, jump or obstacle is your choice and easy to go round (although you probably won’t want to!) Our experienced and suportive team of canyon guides will take you on a watery adventure of a lifetime that you will never forget, maintaining the right level of fun, adventure and challenge in a supportive environment.
We will supply all equipment, full instruction and professional guiding and a world class adventure!
Guideline age 12+
If you have kids younger than 12 or are a little nervous around water or heights our gorge walking adventure may be a great option for you.
|Family of 4 (2 adults & 2 under 16)||£220|
|Family of 5 (2 adults & 3 under 16)||£275|
- All specialist equipment
- Wetsuits, harnesses, helmets & buoyancy aids
- Professional Guides & Full Instruction
- Customers are required to bring swim wear for underneath the wetsuit and a pair of old trainers that can get wet (not crocs or sandals).
- Customers may also have to provide their own transport to and from the activity venue from Active Highs base.
Our white water rafting trips take place on the River Garry near the town of Invergarry but we meet at our base prior to your activity at The Great Glen Hostel, Soth Laggan, Spean Bridge, PH344EA. Please use Google maps instead of our postcode due to the rural location of our base.
We are 25 miles from Fort William on the A82 and 10 miles from Fort Augustus. Please allow extra time for your journey during busy periods due to increased traffic and rural roads.