Ace Adventure Outdoor Activity Locations
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Ace Auchnagairn – River Findhorn
Located on the banks of the stunning River Findhorn in the Scottish Highlands is one of Scotland’s most beautiful rivers we have a purpose built adventure activity center. Only a short drive from Inverness Airport and linked with public transport by Train or Bus from Inverness and Aberdeen to the closest town called Forres where we do transfers free of charge. Other nearby towns are Aviemore, Grantown on Spey, Nethy Bridge, Carrbridge, Kingussie and Newtonmore all in the Cairngorm National Park. In the county of Moray with its world renowned coastline we have the towns of Findhorn, Nairn, Elgin and Fochabers all within easy travel distance.
Outdoor Adventure Activities at Ace Auchnagairn:
- White Water Rafting & Cliff Jumping – River Findhorn
- River Findhorn Tubing & Cliff Jumping
- Family White Water Rafting – River Findhorn
- Canoeing & Kayaking – River Finshorn
Ace Grandtully – River Tay
Pronounced “Grantly” is a small village on the banks of the River Tay which is the longest river in Scotland. The name spawned from the Gaelic “garan tullach” translates as the rough mound. The best rapids on the River Tay are the Grandtully Rapids and is the site of the Scottish Canoe Association canoe and kayak slalom course. Ace Adventure is well situated at the end of the Tay White Water Rafting trip which means once you are off the river it is not long to be changed into dry clothes as opposed to a lengthy bus drip trip! The Ace Grandtully activity base is within easy driving distance from Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee. Other nearby towns are Perth, Aberfeldy, Killin, Pitlochry, Dunkeld, St Andrews and Crieff.
Outdoor Adventure Activities at Ace Grandtully:
Ace Killiecrankie – River Garry
Located near the Killiecrankie Visitor Center which is found on the B8079 road that is straddled by the A9 and Perthshire River Garry, being a well known historical landmark from the Battle of Killiecrankie. Two thousand eight hundred men were killed with two thousand of those government soldiers, this was the last major successful battle from the Jacobite rising and was the final resting place of the brilliant military tactician of the time for the Jacobites, John Graham the Viscount of Dundee. The Soliers Leap on the River Garry is another of many landmarks where the red coat Donald Bane escaped his pursuers with an extraordinary 5.5 metre stride. Aside from the carnage of 1689 Killiecrankie is a place of extraordinary beauty and prime example of Highland romance, in 1844 Queen Victoria was quoted in her journal “I cannot describe how beautiful it is. Albert was in perfect ecstasies.” The nearest towns are Blair Atholl and Pitlochry with Perth and Dundee relatively close. A comfortable day visit can still be managed from Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Outdoor Adventure Activities at Killiecrankie:
Titan Crane, Glasgow – River Clyde
Situated on the western side of Glasgow on the banks of the River Clyde towers the goliath that is Titan Crane. All 150 feet of imposing steel looks out at the old industrial city of Glasgow and has done so since 1907. With a lifting capacity of 200 tonnes used in the construction of battleships and ocean liners. With easy access to public transport and airports the Titan Crane is one of Glasgow’s iconic visitor attractions.
Outdoor Adventure Activities at Titan Crane:
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