Lossiemouth, Moray (Credit: Northport)
The magnificent Highlands and Islands are made for adventure. From Munro-bagging to sea-kayaking, rock climbing to sailing or wild swimming, all kinds of exciting new challenges await here.
The Highlands and Islands of Scotland are without a doubt one of Europe’s great adventure destinations. The landscape and unrivalled scenery of the region provide a suitably breath-taking backdrop for a huge range of adventure travel, outdoor activities and extreme sports. From the most experienced of folks going solo to determined novices looking for the support of expert guides, there are endless adventures on land and water from Shetland to Argyll.
EXPLORE THE SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE IN THE HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS
SurfABLE, Moray (Credit: Northport Studios)
Utsi Bridge, Cairngorms (Credit: VisitScotland/Airborne Lens)
Scalloway, Shetland Isles (Credit: Airborne Lens)
Dùn Caan, Isle of Raasay (Credit: Airborne Lens)
Beinn Eighe, Wester Ross (Credit: VisitScotland/Kenny Lam)
Lamlash Golf Club, Isle of Arran (Credit: VisitScotland/Paul Tomkins)
Tiree Wave Classic, Isle of Tiree (Credit: VisitScotland/Paul Tomkins)
Cairngorm Ski Resort, Badenoch and Strathspey (Credit: VisitScotland/Kenny Lam)
Cairngorm Ski Resort, Badenoch and Strathspey (Credit: VisitScotland/Paul Tomkins)
Canyoning, Isle of Arran (Credit: VisitScotland/Paul Tomkins)
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