A Journey or Multi-day Expedition is one of the best ways to really get out and explore some of the more remote parts of Scotland. We have spent lots of time out exploring so that we can offer some of what we feel are the best trips to get a flavour of what Scotland has to offer.

Mountain Bike Expeds

Great Glen

One of Scotland's classic coast to coast routes! The route is a mixture of forest tracks, cycle paths and classic singletrack. It has some challenging sections where the route climbs high above the banks of Loch ness and will provide a fun and exhilarating experience.

Bike Bivvy

If you are looking for a new challenge, this offers something a bit different to our other trip. You will be travelling light, biking in to a remote area where you will sleep under a tarp (or in a bothy if the weather is bad) and cook your own meals as we go. We have a variety of routes to choose from, so there is something to suit everyone.



Sea Kayak Expeds

Wild West Coast

We offer a couple of sea kayak trips that are sure to let you explore some of the West Coast's wild places. You will share the experience, including camp and cooking duties, but all the logistics, planning and travelling is taken care of.

The areas that are often used are around Mallaig, Arisaig and Tayvallich.

1 Day Journeys

Sea Kayaking

We offer a couple of guided paddles that will allow you to explore the best of the River Forth's coastline. These can include trips around Elie, North Berwick and the Bridges.



These trips can be done in either a canoe or kayak and allow you to explore nearby Lochs. It is great opportunity to spot local wildlife and enjoy stunning scenery. Trips may include Loch Leven, Loch Lomond, Loch Ard and Loch Faskally - check the brochure for up to date info.

Moving Water

This trip can be done in either canoe or kayak and will explore parts of the River Tay - the longest river in Scotland. If you have gained some moving water skills and fancy putting them to the test, this is a great introductory river. There will be an opportunity to practice in a safe part of the river before you complete a short journey.