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 …

Raft Building & Archery

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 …

All Ability Cycling (ABC)

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 …

Archery & Crate Climbing

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 …

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 …