Highland Experiences

Explore the wild west coast with our authentic experience days in Scotland. Discover the great outdoors and nature all around by foot, bike or car, take to the water with sea kayaking, soar like an eagle through the sky on ziplines or capture the majestic beauty of Assynt in a photography workshop. We offer all of this and much more with our Highland Experience packages.

Brought to you in collaboration with our local partners, you can gain unforgettable memories with us. Whether you are young or old, family, friends or a couple, we have experiences for everyone in the Highlands.

Pebble Routes & Picnic

Discover the remote roads of the Northwest Highlands Geopark by foot or bike. Stop to enjoy a picnic in the roads less travelled in Assynt.

Guided Story Walks

Go on an enchanting stroll through Assynt with award winning storyteller, folklorist and poet Griogair MacAllein. Full of history and untold stories.

Coigach Geotrail & Picnic

Explore the ancient and rugged landscape of the Coigach Geotrail. Enjoy a picnic with views of the Summer Isles and the mountains of Coigach and Assynt.

Walking in Ullapool

Embrace the journey on a full day walking adventure in and around the beautiful Ullapool. Routes to suit different abilities available.

Photography Workshop

Learn how to take beautiful Highland photographs and capture memories that last a lifetime, with custom one to one photography workshops.

Outdoor Activities

Discover nature all around with our exhilarating outdoor activity packages. Discover sea caves, race down ziplines or try archery and clay shooting.

Sea Kayaking

Sail along the rugged and magnificent coastlines of the west coast. Go sea kayaking along the Summer Isles, Ullapool, Assynt and more.

Bike Hire

Embark on a cycling adventure through the great outdoors. Race through beautiful hidden gems in the local area with family friendly cycle routes.

Kylesku Boat Tours

This boat tour will take you on a wonderful wilderness experience through the sea lochs and glens of the northwest Scottish Highlands.