Get Healthy, Get Outdoors and Go For It with the VisitScotland Adventure Pass

  • List.co.uk
  • 13 April 2009
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Explore Scotland’s fantastic variety of adventure activities and awe-inspiring landscapes. With over 10,000kms of coastline, spectacular scenery and unspoilt landscapes, it’s no wonder that Scotland is known as Europe’s adventure capital!

Request your FREE VisitScotland Adventure Pass, a booklet containing over £1,000 worth of saving with over 50 great offers on adventure activities in Scotland at www.visitscotland.com/adventurepass

Where better to discover Scotland’s fantastic adventure offering with an action-packed break to the fascinating coastal town of Nairn, in the Scottish Highlands?

Stay at the luxurious Golf View Hotel & Leisure Club, and wake up to stunning vistas across the glistening waters of the Moray Firth – keep your eyes peeled for Bottlenose Dolphins; Nairn is one of the best locations in Europe for catching a glimpse of these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat.

Take advantage of the hotel’s fantastic gymnasium, with a variety of fabulous fitness equipment and fully trained staff who will be happy to show you how to make the best of these facilities. Don’t forget to take a dip in the 14-metre swimming pool, or enjoy a game of tennis on the outdoor tennis courts with raquets and balls available for hire. After all that exercise, relax in the sauna, steam room or spa bath.

Explore the nearby Culbin Forest, which stands on one of the largest sand dunes in the UK and offers a network of way-marked trails that are suitable for walking, spotting wildlife and biking.

Venture a little further west to experience the vast range of outdoor activities that Kushi Adventures has to offer; from climbing to kayaking and everything in between. As long as it’s safe they will tailor-make your days to suit you, turning your ideas into ‘kushi’ adventures!

Fancy giving rock climbing a go? You will always be in the hands of qualified instructors who will guide you up a number of beautiful Highland Crags at your own pace. Or for those who’d like to challenge themselves to go down rather than up, why not try abseiling?

Don’t think that you have to be an adrenaline junkie to have a go. Whatever your age or level of experience, there’s an adventure activity on land, air or water for you to try.

Can’t wait? Simply go to www.visitscotland.com/adventurepass to request your FREE VisitScotland Adventure Pass with over £1,000 worth of savings on adventure activities in Scotland. You’ll also find information on adventure activities and accommodation in Scotland, special offers and competitions to win fantastic adventure holidays in Scotland.

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