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Sea Kayaking - Scottish Sea Kayak Trail North - Gaelic Coast
I really do feel that with Wilderness Scotland, I am being shown the best of Scotland by people who are passionate about the place. The worst thing about this trip was the smell of my wetshoes after five days, the best was pretty much all the time spent on the water, closely followed by the couple of hours in Plockton Shores restaurant. This was a brilliant holiday.

Dominic Batten
22/08/2013

5

Sea Kayaking - Scottish Sea Kayak Trail South - The Whisky Coast
WS is an very professionally run organization. I have taken over 20 kayak trips with outfitters, and WS ranks with the best-run of them.

Lawrence Stephenson
07/07/2013

5

Wilderness Walking - The Orkney Islands
Wilderness Scotland provided a world class walking vacation. It was a wonderful combination of location and attention to details. Remember the Orkneys have been populated since neolithic times. There was a reason! It is a land of incredible beauty. However a trip is not just about the location. Wilderness Scotland handled all the travel details without flaw. We were met on time, made all of our travel connections and had our many special requests all graciously honoured.

Janet Cogswell
10/08/2014

5

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Cairngorms and Central Highlands

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    Glen Affric. One of Scotland's most wild and beautiful glens, which boasts stands of ancient Caledonian pines and is known for having the most spectacular autumn colours in Scotland.

 

The Cairngorms include some of Scotland’s highest mountains amidst and massive plateau which offers some fantastic hill-walking and mountaineering all year round. Within the national park are some stunning glens, forests and lochs, interlinked by forest trails which are a walker or mountain bikers dream. The Great Glen cuts across the heart of Scotland offering paddling across Loch Ness and fantastic walking trails amidst stunning forests and glens.

Our Trips in the Cairngorms and Central Highlands

If you find yourself overwhelmed by the choice, or if you have questions about your fitness or suitability for any of these holidays, please feel free to contact our office on +44 (0)1479 420020 or by email.

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Winter Highlands - Cairngorms

Location: Cairngorms and Central Highlands    
Comfort: Classic
Difficulty: 3
  • Enjoy exploring the largest National Park in the UK in all its winter glory and marvel at the surrounding snow covered peaks.
  • Wander through ancient Caledonian pine forests seeking out animal footprints in the snow.
  • Be treated to Highland hospitality at its best through a selection of good food, drams and roaring fires.
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Winter Skills - The Cairngorms and Creag Meagaidh

Location: Cairngorms and Central Highlands    
Comfort: Classic
Difficulty: 6
  • Learn essential winter walking skills from our experienced and qualified guides, while reaching several of the high summits
  • Experience the high massif of the Cairngorms in winter conditions - an arctic environment with Scotland's most reliable snow
  • Enjoy the tranquillity and welcome of the Highlands in winter, where the warmth of the people counters the cold air outside
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Wilderness Walking - Cairngorms National Park & Royal Deeside

Next available trip: 22nd July        Duration: 6 night(s)
Location: Cairngorms and Central Highlands    
Comfort: Classic
Difficulty: 3
  • Discover the majesty of the deep glens, clear rivers and wild lochs on expertly guided walks each day as we explore a National Park named as one of the 50 Great Places on Earth by National Geographic
  • Hike on ancient whisky smugglers trails and visit Scotland's first licensed distillery
  • Experience genuine Highland hospitality at the end of each day, as we stay in Strathspey and Royal Deeside

Price: from £1,295

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Wilderness Walking - Autumn Highlands

Next available trip: 4th October        Duration: 4 night(s)
Location: Cairngorms and Central Highlands    
Comfort: Deluxe
Difficulty: 3
  • See Scotland painted in golden hues as you enjoy the autumn colours of the Highlands
  • Enjoy low level hikes as you explore the beautiful glens of the Central Highlands

Price: from £995

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Open Canoeing - Canoeing the Scottish Classics

Next available trip: 9th September        Duration: 5 night(s)
Location: Cairngorms and Central Highlands    
Comfort: Classic
Difficulty: 3

Price: from £1,195

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Open Canoeing - River Spey Descent

Next available trip: 30th June        Duration: 3 night(s)
Location: Cairngorms and Central Highlands    
Difficulty: 5
  • Paddle through tranquil pine forests and Scotland's most famous whisky region as you journey the length of the River Spey
  • Experience a diverse range of river conditions, from gentle meanders to more challenging rapids towards the end of the trip
  • Enjoy a true wilderness experience camping under the stars

Price: from £625

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Self Guided - The Speyside Way

Duration: 7 night(s)
Location: Cairngorms and Central Highlands    
Comfort: Classic
Difficulty: 4
  • Hike the Speyside Way from the sea to the Cairngorms National Park - home to some of the highest mountains in Scotland
  • Enjoy the satisfaction of hiking from point to point each day, covering over 65 miles along the trail
  • Visit some of Scotland's finest whisky distilleries, many of which are located along the route of the Speyside Way

Price: from £715

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