If you would like to experience the most fun and adventurous gorge walking that Scotland has to offer you may find the thrill you are searching for on one of our gorge walking trips. We have gorges that suit all ages and abilities.
Whether you want a fun filled exciting day with friends or an adrenaline filled extreme gorge walking session our gorges in Scotland are the place to find the excitement you need.
based on 11 customer reviews
Gorge Walking is a brilliatly exciting way to discover the stunning landscapes of Scotland. Accompanied by a highly experienced outdoor pursuit guide you will follow the river through the gorge, scrambling over rocks, jumping into plunge pools and helping each other across the water and generally having a lot of fun!
Scottish outdoors at its best - by Elena,September 22, 2020
Gorge walking is a great to get fit. A full cardio and muscle building adventure
Breathing fresh Scottish air keeps your body healthy and your mind clear
Feel your adrenaline when you experience the thrills of gorge walking
You will be immersed in the outdoors on every canyoning adventure
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GORGE WALKING SCOTLAND
WHAT IS GORGE WALKING?
Gorge walking is the younger sibling of canyoning and is an exciting experience adventurous families, stag and hen parties, corporate team building and many more groups.
It’s a mix of rock scrambling and white water fun with plunge pools and water shoots. Fully kitted out with wet suits, buoyancy aids and a helmet, getting wet has never been so much fun.
We have two gorge walking sites located in Perthshire within 20 minutes of our base. We run trips in the summer holidays or we can run any other day depending upon group size.
As a gorge contains natural rock formations, chutes, and various challenges to overcome, we naturally want to conquer them. But how?
Gorge walking is an inclusive extreme sport that provides an entry to outdoor activities for novices and beginners. Our informative guide explains what gorge walking is, where it can be done and who it is suitable for.
Gorge walking is one of the best outdoor activities that you can do. It involves a group scrambling up or down a river or stream. This may seem simple however, it is the type of river that makes the difference between easy and expert.
Gorge Walking or Canyoning, is an exciting way to explore stunning gorges.
Gorge walking is a wet riverwalk with a mixture of scrambling over rocks, jumping into plunge pools, low level traversing, using teamwork to help each other across the water and generally having a lot of fun!
Even though gorge walking in Scotland is a hugely exciting outdoor activity we aim to make it as safe as possible. All our instructors are highly experienced climbing instructors as well as experts in gorge walking. We check out all the locations that we operate in and we know each step of the way like the back of our hand.
Equipped with a wetsuit, buoyancy aid and a helmet, our experienced gorge instructors will guide you up river where the fun will begin. Suitable for both kids and adults, this adventure day will push you outside of your comfort zone, get you reaching goals you never thought possible, and give you an adventure experience to remember for a lifetime, all within a safe and controlled environment.
EXPERIENCE SCOTLAND'S STUNNING SCENERY
Gorge Walking is a fantastic physically demanding activity and is definitely one of our most popular activity days. It’s ideal for groups and individuals, particularly school groups, company team building activities and without doubt our most popular activity for stag weekends.
At The Canyoning Company we pride ourselves on achieving and maintaining the highest standard of Canyoning certification as we can.
Providing training and resources to a range of private sector and public sector organisations we also provide help with outdoors training, health and safety as well as knowing how to make your adventure a memory to remember.
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