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Win Your Adventure 2016 – Winner!

Posted on Jan 12, 2016 by Meike van Krimpen

The Winner of Win Your Trip 2016

In December we ran the month long Win your Trip competition. Rules were simple, book between December first and midnight on New Year’s eve and you were entered in to our Win Your Adventure Draw!

We did the prize draw at the end of last week and we are pleased to announce that Karen Ray is the lucky winner of this years competition, congratulations Karen!

Not only is it amazing to win a holiday, but it is also amazing that Karen will be going on our  Introduction to Sea Kayaking course in April and will be learning an entirely new skill! Our Introduction to Sea Kayaking trip is a great way to start sea-kayaking, meet like-minded adventurers and explore the rugged Scottish Highlands. Based in a comfortable and well-equipped bunkhouse that sits on the shores of Upper Loch Torridon, daily adventures take clients to nearby sea or fresh water lochs. With the support and knowledge of two sea kayaking guides, clients will gradually build up their skills while sea-kayaking the magnificent Torridon and Applecross coastline while keeping an eye out for local wildlife such as seals, dolphins and sea eagles.


Our Introduction to Sea Kayaking is not the only trip suitable for beginners. Try something new in 2016 with our mountain biking and open canoeing trips which require no previous experience.

The green-graded Open Canoeing – the Scottish Classics combines outstanding scenery, wildlife, expert coaching and whisky in to a week long trip with cosy accommodation to return to each night! Bike Across Scotland is a new for 2016 itinerary aimed at beginner and intermediate riders who want to develop their skills. Over the course of four days, ride from Fort William on Scotland’s Atlantic Coast, to Inverness on the Moray Firth.

Which new adventure skills would you like to learn?

About the author

Meike van Krimpen

With my parents' work taking my family away to exotic countries meant that I grew up between Pakistan, Sri Lanka and the Netherlands and have had the opportunity to visit some amazing countries along the way. This has left me with an unhealthy addiction to curry and all things spice, and also to travelling! When it was time to go to university I wandered off to Scotland for a new adventure and have somehow not managed to leave yet!

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