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Myles Farnbank

Myles FarnbankMe in 3 – Wild | Deep | Salty

Place to Play – Almost anywhere on the west or northern coasts and islands of Scotland. If I have to choose, then Shetland never fails to blow my mind.

Not a lot of people know this – Myles Farnbank is not my original name…….!

Mini Bio – As Director of Training my role is to support the guiding team to be as skilled and knowledgeable as they can be, giving you an adventure experience that you will never forget. I am Course Director for the award winning Wild Scotland Wilderness Guide Training Programme. I also support our Operations team in many aspects of training, safety, and product development.

Alongside my office responsibilities, I spend a lot of time guiding throughout Scotland and overseas. I look forward to spending time with some of you in Scotland’s breath-taking wild places. Guiding is my first love, but I am also an Associate Instructor at Sport Scotland’s National Centre at Glenmore Lodge and run a range of paddlesport leader training and assessment courses in Sea Kayak and Open Canoe.

My other ‘job’ is as a Lecturer on the BA (Hons) Adventure Tourism Management & MSc Ecotourism degrees for The University of The Highlands & Islands.


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Myles's Favourite Trip

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Sea Kayaking - The Summer Isles

Next available trip: 18th May        Duration: 5 night(s)
Location: North West Highlands    
Difficulty: 6
  • Explore this archipelago of deserted islands, wild coastlines, rock arches and white-sand beaches.
  • Paddle in the crystal clear waters, enjoying the spectacular views of the coastal mountains.
  • Camp in beautiful, remote spots with spectacular views of the surrounding island and coastlines.

Price: from £895

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