Keltneyburn Canyoning Trip, Aberfeldy, Scotland.
Come down to Keltneyburn, Scotland for an exciting Canyoning trip for as low as £45 per person. This trip is available all year round and we requires participant to be atleast 12 years old. Rates: Keltneyburn (Most popular) - Every day mid-March to October (depending on conditions) • Adult: £45 • Child: £30 • Group: £40 per person What You Can Expect: Canyoning is for you if you like the idea of jumping, swimming, walking and even abseiling down a Canyon and river. A unique activity that sees you work with our highly trained canyon guides to descend through a steep gorge or canyon. At times throughout the trip, you will get the chance to jump, scramble and swim in amazing natural beauty. Adrenaline will flow and excitement will be had. Canyoning is now firmly established as an adventure sport in Scotland. Our started canyoning in Scotland during 2003. We have taken thousand of people canyoning over the years not just in Scotland but also in Morocco, Spain and France. Over the last 10 years, we have introduced over 10,000 clients to this new and fast growing adventure sport. Those who have been are asking for more, so we are always out locating and trying out new canyons. Itinerary: 1. You will arrive at your meeting point 15 minutes before the trip start time to sign in. 2. Firstly we will give you a full equipment brief and instruction prior to you changing into the activity specific clothing supplied. 3. You then receive a full safety and skills induction on the canyon/river bank before getting started. 4. You and your team will work with one of our experienced guides to navigate the canyon/river and its obstacles. 5. Finishing at the end of the canyon/river section you will be transported back to the changing facilities and Rafting HQ. Minimum/Maximum age: 12yrs - 15yrs (child) - 16yrs+(adult) Duration: Max 3 hours Min/Max Number of people: 2 - 100 Meeting Point: Splash Office - Dunkeld Road, Aberfeldy, Perthshire, Scotland PH15 2AQ Start times: Available 7 days a week from mid-March till the end of October (Morning trips at 0930hrs & afternoon trips at 1300hrs). The three levels of are • Beginner: These canyons require some climbing or down-climbing, jumps, and/or swims. • Intermediate: These canyons require abseils (rappels), ropework, some climbing or down-climbing, jumps, and/or swims. • Advanced: These canyons require abseils (rappels), ropework, technical climbing or down-climbing, technical jumps, and/or technical swims. Canyoning Locations in Scotland • At our base in Perthshire, we have 3 excellent canyons. • At our base in Aviemore, we have 2 excellent canyons. • Over in Aberfoyle just north of Glasgow we have 1 fun filled canyon. • For those who are in the north-west of Scotland, we have 2 excellent canyons. • And for those near Edinburgh, we have an advanced canyon 30 minutes from the centre. • We also run holidays to France and Spain each year! This is for those who want to spend time doing this great sport in the sun! What is included On every Canyoning trip, we include all equipment required plus a professional experienced guide. A logistics manager on land who is also a very experienced guide. All equipment required which includes over £150 worth of wetsuits, helmets, lifejackets. Transport from our base on and off the canyon. What to bring You will be provided with everything you need to Canyon safely. However we do ask you to bring an old pair of shoes to wear on the river (These will get wet), and your swimwear for underneath your wetsuit. Optional - a non-cotton T-shirt (synthetic materials are best ) for under your wetsuit. Depending on the time of the year warm clothing for before and after your trip. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 100 guests
- Boards & Paddles
World wandering nomad having annoyed the residents of over 100 countries. Started the adventure journey way back in the late 70’s when he started wandering across the Scottish mountains as a kid. The army provided a decade and a half of adventure and development before taking a 6-year journey as a corporate suit to learn about the World of business. Being a slow learner this should have only been a couple of years but Pete got lost. He eventually found the route back to full-time adventure in 2003 when the opportunity to take over the Rafting company came along.Since then our company has expanded not just in Scotland but around the World with operations in Spain, Morocco and Pete’s current passion, the Rafting company where he gets folk as crazy as him to take on extreme challenges to cross deserts, countries and rather large mountain ranges.Peter is the owner of the company.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.