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Laura McAuley

Laura McAuleyMe in 3 – curious | enthusiastic | chatty

Place to Play – Cairngorms – beautiful river Spey canoeing, sensational singletrack biking in the forests and dazzling, long mountain routes for climbing, running, skiing or scrambling.

Not a lot of people know this – I played cricket for Ulster Ladies. There are 37 different species of human-biting midge in Scotland.

Mini Bio –┬áThis is my 7th year of guiding on a variety of trips across Scotland. Remote canoe expeditions, hill-walking and mounting biking.

I find it very satisfying being there when people have a really magical outdoor moment – whether it is arriving on the top of Suilven or emptying river water out of their welly boots at the end of a rapid. I love that you can always rely on Scotland for an adventure!


Adventurer's Stories about Laura

Laura McCauley is fantastic! She is so knowledgeable, friendly, funny, resourceful, enthusiastic. Everything you could want in a guide!
Karen Stevenson
If there was rating higher than excellent, I would give Laura McAuley "excellent plus." She has the unique set of talents it takes to be an outstanding guide: exceptional skills, intelligence, knowledge, personality, thoughtfulness, sensitivity and a genuine love for what she's doing. Not to mention that she did a great job driving that big van. Laura really put it all together for us.
William McClave
Simply overwhelmed with her first class concierge type services - excellent effort and execution.
David George
With a group of differing strengths and expectations, Laura made the balance perfectly and gave us all a great trip.
Laurie Zelon
Seaory and Laura were spectacular! I really didn't feel like I was on a guided tour. I felt like I was riding with some good friends. I'm glad to have met them.
David Beaver
Laura and Seori are amazing guides! They were so helpful and accommodating- anticipated everyone's needs and ensured our safety.
Kory Clement
Tim and Laura were humorous, encouraging, knowledgeable and patient. They made it a fantastic experience and we felt like we were holidaying with friends.
Dawn Keirle
Professional, friendly, knowledgeable and very able to adapt the tour to meet emerging client needs.
Denise Landau
We thought both the guides Craig and Laura were excellent! very constructive advice we learnt a great deal, thought it was nice that they came out in the evening with us, very friendly! Got on very well with them"....
Michelle Lodge
I found them helpful, approachable, good fun and overall good company. Even though their jokes were a bit cheesey!!

TEAM WILDERNESS RESPONSE:
We like to think our Cheese related jokes are top class and only keep them for the day when we visit the Cambus o May cheese factory!
John Lodge
Top notch...both of them. Laura was very proactive in dealing with issues caused by clients rather than WS.
This is my third WS break and your guides have always been excellent.
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