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July 2022

Paddleboarding

6 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Outfit Moray, Shore Street
Lossiemouth, Moray IV31 6PB United Kingdom
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£25.00 Sold out

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Paddleboarding (Kingston)

6 July :10:15 am - 3:00 pm
Kingston (Shore Road car park), Shore Road
Kingston, United Kingdom
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£25.00 Sold out

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Climbing and Abseiling

6 July :10:30 am - 3:30 pm
Cummingston Play Park, Collach Bay car park IV30 5XY + Google Map
£25.00 Sold out

Climbing and abseiling combine to give a fantastic adventure, even for those who are a little afraid of heights. On the rock, our qualified instructors will make the experience fun, safe and enjoyable and the participant will soon find themself abseiling like a boss! Date: 6th July Time: 10.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Colach Bay play park car park, Cummingston (Google Maps link) Cost: £25 per person thanks to generous funding from Boeing Spaces are limited to EIGHT and available…

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All Ablility Cycling (ABC)

6 July :1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Cooper Park, Cooper Park
Elgin, IV30 1HS
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£5.00 6 tickets left

Our All Ability Cycling (ABC) sessions offer the opportunity for people (young and old) with additional cycling needs to try out and enjoy cycling with different adapted bikes, including trikes and wheelchair bikes (young people must be accompanied by an adult). These are not instructional sessions, our goal is that carers/parents/family come along to give support and use our bikes for a cycling session around the park, maybe with siblings or other family members (no booking required for family members, please…

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Electric bike taster session

6 July :1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Nr Elgin Library, Cooper Park, Cooper Park
Elgin, Moray IV30 1HS
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£5.00 1 ticket left

Have you been thinking about getting an electric bike but not sure if it's right for you and want to find out more? This 45 mins taster session will give you the opportunity to try out an ebike and ask any questions. Spaces are limited to FOUR per session Ages 14+ (it is against the law to ride an electric bike under the age of 14) Date: 6th July Time: 1pm to 1.45pm or 2pm to 2.45pm Location: Elgin Library,…

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Protected: River Spey Kayaking

Date: 6 July 2022 Time: 2:00pm to 5:00pm Meet Point: Tamdhu Distillery Cost: £234 Spaces are limited to SIX We will provide all the necessary equipment (inc wetsuits where appropriate) but please make sure everyone is appropriately dressed in suitable, warm clothing, is wearing sturdy footwear and has the following with them: Backpack (can be provided) Packed lunch Water bottle Swimwear (water-based activities) Towel and change of clothes (if appropriate) Attendance will be consistent with the advice from the Scottish Government…

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Bike Skills (Lossie)

£10.00 Sold out

From starting out with balance bikes to improving bike skills, we will have a variety of bikes in different sizes to suit children aged 4+. Simply book your session, and on the day, let the instructor know what level of cycling instruction the young person needs - we can even provide a bike and helmet. Please note: sessions are up to 45mins and will depend on the child's ability and concentration. The outcome will also be child-led, meaning they may…

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Protected: Crate Climbing Blackhurst

Imagine a giant Jenga with crates and ropes and you have crate climbing. Great fun to be had, with participants challenging themselves to build a tower of crates as high as possible before it collapses and they are left swinging safely from a rope. Date: 7 July Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm Meeting point: Duffus House walled garden (map here) Cost: £140 (7 people) I confirm I have read and agree to all the booking statements on this webpage, particularly with…

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Protected: Rafting Maryculter Scouts

Rafting is an exciting and adrenaline-filled way to explore rivers and participants will spend the day on River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. Date: 7th July Time: 9.30am to 4pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray We will provide all the necessary equipment (inc wetsuits where appropriate) but please make sure everyone is appropriately dressed in suitable, warm clothing, is wearing sturdy footwear and has the following with them: Backpack (can…

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Rafting

7 July :9:30 am - 4:00 pm
£25.00 2 tickets left

Rafting is an exciting and adrenaline-filled way to explore rivers and participants will spend the day on River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. Date: 7 July Time: 9.30am to 4pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray Spaces are limited to EIGHT and available to young people aged 10 to 18. We will provide all the necessary equipment (inc wetsuits where appropriate) but please make sure everyone is appropriately dressed in suitable,…

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Protected: Xcite Coasteering

Coasteering is an exciting activity which involves traversing along a stretch of intertidal zone, where the land meets the sea. Participants will travel across rocks and through water using a variety of techniques including climbing, swimming and jumping into water. Our coasteering guides and participants will all wear the appropriate clothing and equipment to explore the rocky coves and Bow Fiddle Rock near the historic fishing village of Portknockie. Date: 7 July Time: 10am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Lossie Green…

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Crate Climbing

7 July :1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
£20.00 1 ticket left

Imagine a giant Jenga with crates and ropes and you have crate climbing. Great fun to be had, with participants challenging themselves to build a tower of crates as high as possible before it collapses and they are left swinging safely from a rope. Date: 7 July Time: 1pm to 4pm Meeting point: Duffus House, nr Duffus (map link here) Cost: £20 per person Spaces are limited to EIGHT and available to young people aged 8-18 We will provide all the…

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Bike Skills (Lossie)

£10.00 Sold out

From starting out with balance bikes to improving bike skills, we will have a variety of bikes in different sizes to suit children aged 4+. Simply book your session, and on the day, let the instructor know what level of cycling instruction the young person needs - we can even provide a bike and helmet. Please note: sessions are up to 45mins and will depend on the child's ability and concentration. The outcome will also be child-led, meaning they may…

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Gorge Walking

8 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

Gorge walking takes participants well off the beaten track, through an exhilarating landscape of waterfalls, plunge pools and fast-moving water, carved at the bottom of the ravine. There are waterfalls to be climbed, slides to be descended, jumps to be jumped and pools to be swum. We will supply warm winter wet suits and wet suit boots to keep everyone warm while they enjoy the thrill of a lifetime. Date: 8 July Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray Cost:…

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Tyrolean and Bushcraft (disability)

8 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 6 tickets left

This activity is for young people in Moray aged 8 to 18 years who have a disability which has meant they haven’t had the opportunity to participate in outdoor learning and adventure due to complex access requirements. The young people need to be able to manage stairs with support and walk distances of up to 2km and the sessions are available to siblings, who are young carers, to participate alongside. Tyrolean traverses were first used in the Mountains of the…

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Climbing and Abseiling

8 July :10:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 2 tickets left

Climbing and abseiling combine to give a fantastic adventure, even for those who are a little afraid of heights. On the rock, our qualified instructors will make the experience fun, safe and enjoyable and the participant will soon find themself abseiling like a boss! Date: 8th July Time: 10.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Colach Bay play park car park, Cummingston (Google Maps link) Cost: £25 We will provide all the necessary equipment, but please make sure everyone is appropriately dressed…

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Protected: Archery AWS

Archery is the art, sport, practice, or skill of using a bow to shoot arrows. The word archery comes from the Latin arcus for bow and was historically used for hunting and combat, but now it's a merely a popular sport and is even included in the Olypmics. Participants will learn the basic skills and techniques required to hit the bullseye and give them the confidence to perhaps go on to join a local group or club. Date: 8 July Time:…

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Bike Skills Fochabers

11 July :9:15 am - 3:30 pm
£10.00 Sold out

From starting out with balance bikes to improving bike skills, we will have a variety of bikes in different sizes to suit children aged 4+. Simply book your session, and on the day, let the instructor know what level of cycling instruction the young person needs - we can even provide a bike and helmet. Please note: sessions are up to 45mins and will depend on the child's ability and concentration. The outcome will also be child-led, meaning they may…

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Protected: Xcite Canoeing am (disability)

This activity is for young people in Moray aged 8 to 14 years who have a disability which has meant they haven’t had the opportunity to participate in outdoor learning and adventure due to complex access requirements. The young people need to be able to manage stairs with support and walk distances of up to 2km and the sessions are available to siblings, who are young carers, to participate alongside. Where the craft specified does not support the disability, we…

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Tyrolean & Bushcraft (disability)

11 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 5 tickets left

This activity is for young people in Moray aged 8 to 18 years who have a disability which has meant they haven’t had the opportunity to participate in outdoor learning and adventure due to complex access requirements. The young people need to be able to manage stairs with support and walk distances of up to 2km and the sessions are available to siblings, who are young carers, to participate alongside. Tyrolean traverses were first used in the Mountains of the…

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Protected: Xcite Paddleboarding

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Protected: AWS Climbing

Climbing and abseiling combine to give a fantastic adventure, even for those who are a little afraid of heights. On the rock, our qualified instructors will make the experience fun, safe and enjoyable and the participant will soon find themself abseiling like a boss! Date: 11 July Time: 10.0am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Kinloss Barracks Guard Room Spaces are limited to EIGHT and available young people aged 8 to 18 We will provide all the necessary equipment, but please make…

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Protected: Xcite Canoeing pm (disability)

This activity is for young people in Moray aged 8 to 14 years who have a disability which has meant they haven’t had the opportunity to participate in outdoor learning and adventure due to complex access requirements. The young people need to be able to manage stairs with support and walk distances of up to 2km and the sessions are available to siblings, who are young carers, to participate alongside. Where the craft specified does not support the disability, we…

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Bike Skills Fochabers

12 July :9:15 am - 12:00 pm
£10.00 Sold out

From starting out with balance bikes to improving bike skills, we will have a variety of bikes in different sizes to suit children aged 4+. Simply book your session, and on the day, let the instructor know what level of cycling instruction the young person needs - we can even provide a bike and helmet. Please note: sessions are up to 45mins and will depend on the child's ability and concentration. The outcome will also be child-led, meaning they may…

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GoMTB 1 (am)

12 July :9:30 am - 12:30 pm
£20.00 1 ticket left

This GoMTB course is a fantastic opportunity for any young riders who want to develop their skills and experience in off-road riding. It is suitable for those learning basic bike handling skills to riding long technical routes with advanced features. Participants will be working towards level GoMTB level 1 and will: develop an awareness of safety develop basic mountain bike skills develop specific mountain bike skills ride safely with concern for other users and the environment be suitably clothed and equipped…

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Gorge Walking

12 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

Gorge walking takes participants well off the beaten track, through an exhilarating landscape of waterfalls, plunge pools and fast-moving water, carved at the bottom of the ravine. There are waterfalls to be climbed, slides to be descended, jumps to be jumped and pools to be swum. We will supply warm winter wet suits and wet suit boots to keep everyone warm while they enjoy the thrill of a lifetime. Date: 12 July Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray Cost:…

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Paddleboarding (Kingston)

12 July :10:15 am - 3:00 pm
£25.00 2 tickets left

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Developing Bike Skills Fochabers

12 July :12:30 pm - 3:45 pm
£10.00 18 tickets left

These sessions are designed to develop the skills confident young cyclists and include obstacles, jumps and ramp challenges to help improve balance, co-ordination and confidence. Cost: £10 per session Date: 12th July Venue: Milnes High School, Fochabers Session Times: 12.30pm to 1.15pm (ages 5 to 7 years) 1.30pm to 2.30pm (age 8 to 10 years) 2.45pm to 3.45pm (ages 11+) Please make sure you take a note of your session time when you book as your email confirmation will give…

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GoMTB 1 (pm)

12 July :1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
£20.00 1 ticket left

This GoMTB course is a fantastic opportunity for any young riders who want to develop their skills and experience in off-road riding. It is suitable for those learning basic bike handling skills to riding long technical routes with advanced features. Participants will be working towards level GoMTB level 1 and will: develop an awareness of safety develop basic mountain bike skills develop specific mountain bike skills ride safely with concern for other users and the environment be suitably clothed and equipped…

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Bike Skills Fochabers

13 July :9:15 am - 12:00 pm
£10.00 Sold out

From starting out with balance bikes to improving bike skills, we will have a variety of bikes in different sizes to suit children aged 4+. Simply book your session, and on the day, let the instructor know what level of cycling instruction the young person needs - we can even provide a bike and helmet. Please note: sessions are up to 45mins and will depend on the child's ability and concentration. The outcome will also be child-led, meaning they may…

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Developing Bike Skills Fochabers

13 July :12:30 pm - 3:45 pm
£10.00 14 tickets left

These sessions are designed to develop the skills confident young cyclists and include obstacles, jumps and ramp challenges to help improve balance, co-ordination and confidence. Cost: £10 per session Date: 13th July Venue: Milnes High School, Fochabers Session Times: 12.30pm to 1.15pm (ages 5 to 7 years) 1.30pm to 2.30pm (age 8 to 10 years) 2.45pm to 3.45pm (ages 11+) Please make sure you take a note of your session time when you book as your email confirmation will give…

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Coasteering

14 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

For those looking for the thrill of adventure, coasteering is an exciting activity which involves traversing along a stretch of intertidal zone, where the land meets the sea. Participants will travel across rocks and through water, using a variety of techniques including climbing, swimming and jumping and will have a great time exploring the rocky coves and pools near Bow Fiddle Rock by the historic fishing village of Portknockie. Date: 14 July Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray…

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GoMTB 2

14 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

This multi-session GoMTB Level 2 course is a fantastic opportunity for any young experienced riders (see details below) who want to develop their skills and experience in off-road biking. Over these, and following sessions, participants will be working towards level GoMTB level 2 and will be learning the skills required for: Good trail riding skills on easy terrain Effective use of brakes Changing gears smoothly and efficiently on a variety of terrains Anticipating gear changes Climb easy hills sitting and…

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Coasteering with Windswept Brewing

15 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£30.00 16 tickets left

To celebrate the launch of Windswept's newest beer, Coastal Haze, we are collaborating for a fantastic coasteering adventure, starting and finishing at the brewery's tap room in Lossiemouth. For those looking for the thrill of adventure, coasteering is an exciting activity which involves traversing along a stretch of intertidal zone, where the land meets the sea. Participants will travel across rocks and through water, using a variety of techniques including climbing, swimming and jumping and will have a great time…

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Protected: Xcite Climbing & Abseiling

Climbing and abseiling combine to give a fantastic adventure, even for those who are a little afraid of heights. On the rock, our qualified instructors will make the experience fun, safe and enjoyable and the participant will soon find themself abseiling like a boss! Date: 15th July Time: 10am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Lossie Green car park, Elgin Available to young people aged 8-14 We will provide all the necessary equipment INCLUDING A PACKED LUNCH, but please make sure everyone…

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Learn to Kayak

16 July :9:30 am - 17 July :4:00 pm
£40.00 6 tickets left

Do you have a budding paddler who would like to learn the basic skills to start them on their kayaking journey and earn a British Canoeing Start Award in the process? These two, half day sessions over two days will give them the confidence they need to progress and develop their skills. This is the first step into the world of paddling, ensuring the young person feels safe, confident and ready to progress on to the develop kayaking skills session…

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Gorge Walking

16 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

Gorge walking takes participants well off the beaten track, through an exhilarating landscape of waterfalls, plunge pools and fast-moving water, carved at the bottom of the ravine. There are waterfalls to be climbed, slides to be descended, jumps to be jumped and pools to be swum. We will supply warm winter wet suits and wet suit boots to keep everyone warm while they enjoy the thrill of a lifetime. Date: 16th July Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray Cost:…

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Protected: Paddleboarding Watson

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Family Rafting

17 July :9:30 am - 4:00 pm
£30.00 10 tickets left

Rafting is an exciting and adrenaline-filled way to explore rivers and participants will spend the day on River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. We want to enable families to get outdoors and learn together, so this is session is available to adults to participant in with their young people and share the experience; whether that's mum, dad, granny, grandad, auntie, uncle or guardian. Age is just a number! Date:…

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Coasteering

18 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

For those looking for the thrill of adventure, coasteering is an exciting activity which involves traversing along a stretch of intertidal zone, where the land meets the sea. Participants will travel across rocks and through water, using a variety of techniques including climbing, swimming and jumping and will have a great time exploring the rocky coves and pools near Bow Fiddle Rock by the historic fishing village of Portknockie. Date: 18 July Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray…

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Protected: Xcite Rafting

Rafting is an exciting and adrenaline-filled way to explore rivers and participants will spend the day on River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. Date: 18th July Time: 10am to 4pm Meeting point: Lossie Green car park, Elgin Available to young people aged 8-14 We will provide all the necessary equipment INCLUDING A PACKED LUNCH, but please make sure everyone is appropriately dressed in suitable, warm clothing, is wearing sturdy…

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Coasteering (Portnockie)

18 July :10:45 am - 2:45 pm
£25.00 3 tickets left

For those looking for the thrill of adventure, coasteering is an exciting activity which involves traversing along a stretch of intertidal zone, where the land meets the sea. Participants will travel across rocks and through water, using a variety of techniques including climbing, swimming and jumping and will have a great time exploring the rocky coves and pools near Bow Fiddle Rock by the historic fishing village of Portknockie. Date: 18 July Time: 10.45am to 2.45pm Meeting point: Portknockie Harbour,…

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Bike Skills Dufftown

19 July :9:15 am - 12:00 pm
£10.00 Sold out

From starting out with balance bikes to improving bike skills, we will have a variety of bikes in different sizes to suit children aged 4+. Simply book your session, and on the day, let the instructor know what level of cycling instruction the young person needs - we can even provide a bike and helmet. Please note: sessions are up to 45mins and will depend on the child's ability and concentration. The outcome will also be child-led, meaning they may…

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Protected: Speyside Youth Coasteering

Coasteering is an exciting activity which involves traversing along a stretch of intertidal zone, where the land meets the sea. Participants will travel across rocks and through water using a variety of techniques including climbing, swimming and jumping into water. Our coasteering guides and participants will all wear the appropriate clothing and equipment to explore the rocky coves and Bow Fiddle Rock near the historic fishing village of Portknockie. Date: 19th July Meeting points: 9.45am Craigellachie Play Park (Google Maps…

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Developing Bike Skills Dufftown

19 July :12:30 pm - 3:45 pm
£10.00 15 tickets left

These sessions are designed to develop the skills confident young cyclists and include obstacles, jumps and ramp challenges to help improve balance, co-ordination and confidence. Cost: £10 per session Date: 19th July Venue: Mortlach Primary School playing fields, Dufftown Session Times: 12.30pm to 1.15pm (ages 5 to 7 years) 1.30pm to 2.30pm (age 8 to 10 years) 2.45pm to 3.45pm (ages 11+) Please make sure you take a note of your session time when you book as your email confirmation…

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Bike Skills Dufftown

20 July :9:15 am - 12:00 pm
£10.00 Sold out

From starting out with balance bikes to improving bike skills, we will have a variety of bikes in different sizes to suit children aged 4+. Simply book your session, and on the day, let the instructor know what level of cycling instruction the young person needs - we can even provide a bike and helmet. Please note: sessions are up to 45mins and will depend on the child's ability and concentration. The outcome will also be child-led, meaning they may…

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Protected: Xcite Kayaking 1-to-1 (am)

Kayaks are more manoeuvrable than canoes and are a great way to enjoy an afternoon of paddlesports whether negotiating a rapid or for learning skills and playing games on lochs. We will teach beginners the basics or improve the skills of more advanced paddlers and have all the kit needed for a great day of adventure; all they need to bring is enthusiasm and a towel; just in case! Date: 20 July Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm Meeting point: Lossie Green…

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Developing Bike Skills Dufftown

20 July :12:30 pm - 3:45 pm
£10.00 16 tickets left

These sessions are designed to develop the skills confident young cyclists and include obstacles, jumps and ramp challenges to help improve balance, co-ordination and confidence. Cost: £10 per session Date: 20th July Venue: Mortlach Primary School playing fields, Dufftown Session Times: 12.30pm to 1.15pm (ages 5 to 7 years) 1.30pm to 2.30pm (age 8 to 10 years) 2.45pm to 3.45pm (ages 11+) Please make sure you take a note of your session time when you book as your email confirmation…

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Protected: Xcite Kayaking 1-to-1 (pm)

Kayaks are more manoeuvrable than canoes and are a great way to enjoy an afternoon of paddlesports whether negotiating a rapid or for learning skills and playing games on lochs. We will teach beginners the basics or improve the skills of more advanced paddlers and have all the kit needed for a great day of adventure; all they need to bring is enthusiasm and a towel; just in case! Date: 20 July Time: 1pm to 2pm Meeting point: Lossie Green…

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Paddleboarding

21 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Protected: AWS Gorge Walking

Gorge walking takes participants well off the beaten track, through an exhilarating landscape of waterfalls, plunge pools and fast-moving water, carved at the bottom of the ravine. There are waterfalls to be climbed, slides to be descended, jumps to be jumped and pools to be swum. We will supply warm winter wet suits and wet suit boots to keep everyone warm while they enjoy the thrill of a lifetime. Date: 21st July Time: 10am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Kinloss Barracks Guard…

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Paddleboarding Portnockie

21 July :10:45 am - 2:45 pm
£25.00 1 ticket left

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Rafting

22 July :9:30 am - 4:00 pm
£25.00 10 tickets left

Rafting is an exciting and adrenaline-filled way to explore rivers and participants will spend the day on River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. Date: 22nd July Time: 9.30am to 4pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray Cost: £25 per person Available to young people aged 10 to 18. We will provide all the necessary equipment (inc wetsuits where appropriate) but please make sure everyone is appropriately dressed in suitable, warm clothing,…

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Protected: Xcite Tyrolean & Bushcraft

Tyrolean traverses were first used in the Mountains of the Tyrol Region of Austria to make inaccessible areas more accessible. We have a number of venues across Moray that we use for this activity which challenge teamwork, rope skills and bravery and promise a great day of adventure! After the Tyrolean session, participants will learn how to make a fire using naturally sourced materials and will then cook their own snacks over the campfire. Date: 22nd July Time: 10am to…

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Protected: AWS Kayaking

Kayaks are more manoeuvrable than canoes and are a great way to enjoy an afternoon of paddlesports whether negotiating a rapid or for learning skills and playing games on lochs. We will teach beginners the basics or improve the skills of more advanced paddlers and have all the kit needed for a great day of adventure; all they need to bring is enthusiasm and a towel; just in case! Date: 22 July Time: 10am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Kinloss Barracks…

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Protected: Focus Foundation Ben Nevis Trek

For full details on the route you will be taking, please visit the Walk Highlands website. Date: 23rd July Meet at Ben Nevis Visitor Centre: 8.30am for 9am departure Return to Ben Nevis Visitor Centre: around 5pm to 6pm Terrain: Steep path throughout. The upper section is rough and very stony; it is often snow covered and losing the line of the path easily leads onto dangerous terrain - navigational skills are needed. Training Required:  You will need a good…

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Learn to Kayak

23 July :9:30 am - 24 July :4:00 pm
£40.00 12 tickets left

Do you have a budding paddler who would like to learn the basic skills to start them on their kayaking journey and earn a British Canoeing Start Award in the process? These two, half day sessions over two days will give them the confidence they need to progress and develop their skills. This is the first step into the world of paddling, ensuring the young person feels safe, confident and ready to progress on to the develop kayaking skills session…

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Coasteering

25 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

For those looking for the thrill of adventure, coasteering is an exciting activity which involves traversing along a stretch of intertidal zone, where the land meets the sea. Participants will travel across rocks and through water, using a variety of techniques including climbing, swimming and jumping and will have a great time exploring the rocky coves and pools near Bow Fiddle Rock by the historic fishing village of Portknockie. Date: 25 July Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray…

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Protected: Xcite Gorge Walking

Gorge walking takes participants well off the beaten track, through an exhilarating landscape of waterfalls, plunge pools and fast-moving water, carved at the bottom of the ravine. There are waterfalls to be climbed, slides to be descended, jumps to be jumped and pools to be swum. We will supply warm winter wet suits and wet suit boots to keep everyone warm while they enjoy the thrill of a lifetime. Date: 25th July Time: 10am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Lossie Green…

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Climbing and Abseiling

25 July :10:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

Climbing and abseiling combine to give a fantastic adventure, even for those who are a little afraid of heights. On the rock, our qualified instructors will make the experience fun, safe and enjoyable and the participant will soon find themself abseiling like a boss! Date: 25th July Time: 10.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Colach Bay play park car park, Cummingston (Google Maps link) Cost: £25 per person Spaces are limited to EIGHT and available young people aged 8 to 18…

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Coasteering (Portnockie)

25 July :10:45 am - 2:45 pm
£25.00 6 tickets left

Coasteering is an exciting activity which involves traversing along a stretch of intertidal zone, where the land meets the sea. Participants will travel across rocks and through water using a variety of techniques including climbing, swimming and jumping into water. Our coasteering guides and participants will all wear the appropriate clothing and equipment to explore the rocky coves near Bow Fiddle Rock from the historic fishing village of Portknockie. Date: 25th July Time: 10.45am to 2.45pm Meeting point: Portknockie Harbour,…

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Protected: Speyside Youth Paddleboarding

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Protected: Speyside Youth Kayaking

Kayaks are more manoeuvrable than canoes and are a great way to enjoy an afternoon of paddlesports whether negotiating a rapid or for learning skills and playing games on lochs. We will teach beginners the basics or improve the skills of more advanced paddlers and have all the kit needed for a great day of adventure; all they need to bring is enthusiasm and a towel; just in case! Date: 26th July Meeting points: 9.45am Dufftown Community Centre (Google Maps…

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Protected: Xcite Mountain Biking

Mountain biking is an exhilarating day spent whizzing around different grade mountain bike trails in our local forests, learning new skills and exploring the woodlands. We will provide all the equipment needed for a safe and exciting day's riding including a mountain bike, helmet and gloves. Date: 26 July Time: 10am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Lossie Green car park, Elgin Spaces are limited to EIGHT and available young people aged 8 to 14 We will provide all the necessary equipment,…

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Protected: Xcite Paddleboarding 1-to-1 (am)

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Protected: AWS Tyrolean & Bushcraft

Tyrolean traverses were first used in the Mountains of the Tyrol Region of Austria to make inaccessible areas more accessible. We have a number of venues across Moray that we use for this activity which challenge teamwork, rope skills and bravery and promise a great day of adventure! After the Tyrolean session, participants will learn how to make a fire using naturally sourced materials and will then cook their own snacks over the campfire. Date: 27th July Time: 10am to…

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All Ability Cycling (ABC)

27 July :1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
£5.00 8 tickets left

Our All Ability Cycling (ABC) sessions offer the opportunity for people (young and old) with additional cycling needs to try out and enjoy cycling with different adapted bikes, including trikes and wheelchair bikes (young people must be accompanied by an adult). These are not instructional sessions, our goal is that carers/parents/family come along to give support and use our bikes for a cycling session around the park, maybe with siblings or other family members (no booking required for family members, please…

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Protected: Xcite Paddleboarding 1-to-1 (pm)

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Gorge Walking

28 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

Gorge walking takes participants well off the beaten track, through an exhilarating landscape of waterfalls, plunge pools and fast-moving water, carved at the bottom of the ravine. There are waterfalls to be climbed, slides to be descended, jumps to be jumped and pools to be swum. We will supply warm winter wet suits and wet suit boots to keep everyone warm while they enjoy the thrill of a lifetime. Date: 28th July Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray Cost:…

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Mountain Biking

28 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

Mountain biking is an exhilarating day spent whizzing around different grade mountain bike trails in our local forests, learning new skills and exploring the woodlands. We will provide all the equipment needed for a safe and exciting day's riding including a mountain bike, helmet and gloves. Date: 28th July Time: 9.30am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray Cost: £25 per person Spaces are limited to EIGHT and available young people aged 8 to 18 Please make sure everyone is appropriately…

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Canoeing (disability)

28 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 5 tickets left

This activity is for young people in Moray aged 8 to 18 years who have a disability which has meant they haven’t had the opportunity to participate in outdoor learning and adventure due to complex access requirements. The young people need to be able to manage stairs with support and walk distances of up to 2km and the sessions are available to siblings, who are young carers, to participate alongside. Where the craft specified does not support the disability, we…

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Protected: AWS Coasteering

For those looking for the thrill of adventure, coasteering is an exciting activity which involves traversing along a stretch of intertidal zone, where the land meets the sea. Participants will travel across rocks and through water, using a variety of techniques including climbing, swimming and jumping and will have a great time exploring the rocky coves and pools near Bow Fiddle Rock by the historic fishing village of Portknockie. Date: 28 July Time: 10am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Kinloss Guard…

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Develop Kayak Skills

29 July :9:30 am - 31 July :4:00 pm
£66.00 13 tickets left

Following on from the Start Award, the British Canoeing Discover Award allows participants to develop their decision making and practical skills for a fun and safe time on the water, taking them on the next steps towards becoming a proficient and independent paddler. They will learn how to choose and effectively use equipment, whilst developing an understanding of the factors which affect their paddling; them the confidence to progress to making their own choices with the Explore Award. Dates: 29th,…

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Protected: Xcite Kayaking am (disability)

This activity is for young people in Moray aged 8 to 14 years who have a disability which has meant they haven’t had the opportunity to participate in outdoor learning and adventure due to complex access requirements. The young people need to be able to manage stairs with support and walk distances of up to 2km and the sessions are available to siblings, who are young carers, to participate alongside. Where the craft specified does not support the disability, we…

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Duckies River Spey

29 July :9:30 am - 4:00 pm
£25.00 1 ticket left

Duckies are small inflatable rafts; they are paddled the same way as a canoe or kayak and, for this adventure, participants will spend the day in duckies on the River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. Date: 29th July Time: 9.30am to 4pm Meet Point: Outfit Moray Cost: £25 per person *Spaces are limited to SIX per session and available to young people aged 12 to 18. We will provide…

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Rafting

29 July :9:30 am - 4:00 pm
£25.00 6 tickets left

Rafting is an exciting and adrenaline-filled way to explore rivers and participants will spend the day on River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. Date: 29 July Time: 9.30am to 4pm Meeting point: Outfit Moray Available to young people aged 10 to 18. We will provide all the necessary equipment (inc wetsuits where appropriate) but please make sure everyone is appropriately dressed in suitable, warm clothing, is wearing sturdy footwear…

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All Ability Cycling (ABC)

29 July :1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
£5.00 8 tickets left

Our All Ability Cycling (ABC) sessions offer the opportunity for people (young and old) with additional cycling needs to try out and enjoy cycling with different adapted bikes, including trikes and wheelchair bikes (young people must be accompanied by an adult). These are not instructional sessions, our goal is that carers/parents/family come along to give support and use our bikes for a cycling session around the park, maybe with siblings or other family members (no booking required for family members, please…

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Protected: Xcite Kayaking pm (disability)

This activity is for young people in Moray aged 8 to 14 years who have a disability which has meant they haven’t had the opportunity to participate in outdoor learning and adventure due to complex access requirements. The young people need to be able to manage stairs with support and walk distances of up to 2km and the sessions are available to siblings, who are young carers, to participate alongside. Where the craft specified does not support the disability, we…

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Paddleboarding

30 July :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 2 tickets left

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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August 2022

Protected: Xcite Archery & Bushcraft (am)

Archery and bushcraft combined make for a fantastic day of learning and adventure. The young people will learn the basic skills and techniques required to hit the bullseye in archery before learning traditional skills to set up camp to build and light their own campfire around, ready to cook delicious snacks on. This activity is suitable for wheelchair users and for those with sight impairments Date: 1 August Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm Meeting point: Duffus House Walled Garden (map link) Available…

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Protected: AWS Paddleboarding

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Protected: Xcite Crate Climbing Disability (pm)

This activity is for young people in Moray aged 8 to 14 years who have a disability which has meant they haven’t had the opportunity to participate in outdoor learning and adventure due to complex access requirements. The young people need to be able to manage stairs with support and walk distances of up to 2km and the sessions are available to siblings, who are young carers, to participate alongside. Imagine a giant Jenga with crates and ropes and you…

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Archery & Crate Climbing

2 August :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 8 tickets left

Archery is the art, sport, practice, or skill of using a bow to shoot arrows. The word archery comes from the Latin arcus for bow and was historically used for hunting and combat, but now it's a merely a popular sport and is even included in the Olympics. Participants will learn the basic skills and techniques required to hit the bullseye and give them the confidence to perhaps go on to join a local group or club. Imagine a giant…

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Paddleboarding

2 August :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 Sold out

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Protected: AWS Kayaking

Kayaks are more manoeuvrable than canoes and are a great way to enjoy an afternoon of paddlesports whether negotiating a rapid or for learning skills and playing games on lochs. We will teach beginners the basics or improve the skills of more advanced paddlers and have all the kit needed for a great day of adventure; all they need to bring is enthusiasm and a towel; just in case! Date: 2nd August Time: 10am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Kinloss Barracks…

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All Ability Cycling (ABC)

2 August :1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
£5.00 7 tickets left

Our All Ability Cycling (ABC) sessions offer the opportunity for people (young and old) with additional cycling needs to try out and enjoy cycling with different adapted bikes, including trikes and wheelchair bikes (young people must be accompanied by an adult). These are not instructional sessions, our goal is that carers/parents/family come along to give support and use our bikes for a cycling session around the park, maybe with siblings or other family members (no booking required for family members, please…

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Protected: Xcite Bushcraft 1-to-1 am

Bushcraft  is all about learning the skills and knowledge to thrive in the natural environment and is full of adventure and learning including fire craft, tracking, shelter-building and the use of tools such as knives as well as foraging and enjoying cooking delicious treats over a home-made fire. Date: 3 August Time: 9.30am to 12.30pm Meeting point: Lossie Woods (Link and map) Available to young people aged 8-14 We will provide all the necessary equipment, INCLUDING A PACKED LUNCH, but…

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Protected: Xcite Bushcraft 1-to-1 (pm)

Bushcraft  is all about learning the skills and knowledge to thrive in the natural environment and is full of adventure and learning including fire craft, tracking, shelter-building and the use of tools such as knives as well as foraging and enjoying cooking delicious treats over a home-made fire. Date: 3 Aug Time: 1pm to 4pm Meeting point: Lossie Woods (Link and map) Available to young people aged 8-14 We will provide all the necessary equipment, INCLUDING A PACKED LUNCH, but…

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All Ability Cycling (ABC)

4 August :1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
£5.00 8 tickets left

Our All Ability Cycling (ABC) sessions offer the opportunity for people (young and old) with additional cycling needs to try out and enjoy cycling with different adapted bikes, including trikes and wheelchair bikes (young people must be accompanied by an adult). These are not instructional sessions, our goal is that carers/parents/family come along to give support and use our bikes for a cycling session around the park, maybe with siblings or other family members (no booking required for family members, please…

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Protected: Xcite Paddleboarding (disability)

This activity is for young people in Moray aged 8 to 14 years who have a disability which has meant they haven’t had the opportunity to participate in outdoor learning and adventure due to complex access requirements. The young people need to be able to manage stairs with support and walk distances of up to 2km and the sessions are available to siblings, who are young carers, to participate alongside. Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that…

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Protected: AWS Crate Climbing & Archery

Archery and crate climbing combined make for a fantastic day of learning and adventure. The young people will learn the basic skills and techniques required to hit the bullseye in archery, as well as taking on the best game of giant Jenga with some crate climbing where participants challenge themselves to build a tower of crates as high as possible before it collapses and they are left swinging safely from a rope. Date: 5 August Time: 10am to 3.30pm Meeting…

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Family Duckies River Spey

7 August :9:30 am - 4:00 pm
£30.00 Sold out

Duckies are small inflatable rafts; they are paddled the same way as a canoe or kayak and, for this adventure, participants will spend the day in duckies on the River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. We want to enable families to get outdoors and learn together, so this is session is available to adults to participant in with their young people and share the experience; whether that's mum, dad,…

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Protected: AWS Rafting

Rafting is an exciting and adrenaline-filled way to explore rivers and participants will spend the day on River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. Date: 8th August Time: 10am to 4pm Meeting point: Kinloss Barracks Guard Room Spaces are limited to EIGHT and available to young people aged 10 to 18. We will provide all the necessary equipment (inc wetsuits where appropriate) but please make sure everyone is appropriately dressed…

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Protected: Xcite Gorge Walking

Gorge walking takes participants well off the beaten track, through an exhilarating landscape of waterfalls, plunge pools and fast-moving water, carved at the bottom of the ravine. There are waterfalls to be climbed, slides to be descended, jumps to be jumped and pools to be swum. We will supply warm winter wet suits and wet suit boots to keep everyone warm while they enjoy the thrill of a lifetime. Date: 8th August Time: 10am to 3.30pm Meeting point: Lossie Green…

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Protected: Xcite Tyrolean & Bushcraft

Tyrolean traverses were first used in the Mountains of the Tyrol Region of Austria to make inaccessible areas more accessible. We have a number of venues across Moray that we use for this activity which challenge teamwork, rope skills and bravery and promise a great day of adventure! After the Tyrolean session, participants will learn how to make a fire using naturally sourced materials and will then cook their own snacks over the campfire. Date: 9th August Time: 10am to…

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Archery & Raft Building

9 August :10:00 am - 3:30 pm
£25.00 3 tickets left

Working together, participants will work out the best way to plan, design and build their own raft before taking it on the water to test it out! Participant will be learning about knots, planning, construction and organisation, all whilst having plenty of fun and who knows whether the raft will float at the end of the day! Archery is the art, sport, practice, or skill of using a bow to shoot arrows. The word archery comes from the Latin arcus…

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Family Duckies River Spey

10 August :9:30 am - 3:30 pm
£30.00 6 tickets left

Duckies are small inflatable rafts; they are paddled the same way as a canoe or kayak and, for this adventure, participants will spend the day in duckies on the River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. We want to enable families to get outdoors and learn together, so this is session is available to adults to participant in with their young people and share the experience; whether that's mum, dad,…

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Family Rafting

10 August :9:30 am - 4:00 pm
£30.00 8 tickets left

Rafting is an exciting and adrenaline-filled way to explore rivers and participants will spend the day on River Spey, negotiating its bends and rapids, learning new skills or improving those of more advanced paddlers. We want to enable families to get outdoors and learn together, so this is session is available to adults to participant in with their young people and share the experience; whether that's mum, dad, granny, grandad, auntie, uncle or guardian. Age is just a number! Date:…

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Protected: Speyside Youth Paddleboarding

Standup paddle boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water, testing the rider's balance and co-ordination skills. We will provide all the kit needed to keep the participants warm and safe including wet suit, paddleboard, a paddle, buoyancy aid and helmet - they just need to bring a…

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Protected: Speyside Youth Kayaking

Kayaks are more manoeuvrable than canoes and are a great way to enjoy an afternoon of paddlesports whether negotiating a rapid or for learning skills and playing games on lochs. We will teach beginners the basics or improve the skills of more advanced paddlers and have all the kit needed for a great day of adventure; all they need to bring is enthusiasm and a towel; just in case! Date: 10th August Meeting points: 9.45am Dufftown Community Centre (Google Maps…

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