If the Corrie omnibus is the most gripping aspect of your weekend then you should probably get out more.
Crank up the thrillometer with this Big Deal on an exciting canyoning trip with Action Adventure Activities.
If you are looking for adrenaline-pumping excitement in Scotland’s great outdoors, then this Big Deal has a wet suit with your name on it.
Canyoning is an action-packed outdoor activity that involves scrambling down rivers; floating down water flumes; wading through rock pools and loads of different watery jumps to test your mettle.
For an idea of what to expect on the day, visit Action Adventure Activities
Depending on how many people are in your group, your canyoning adventure will last between two to three hours with around an hour and half to two hours at the water.
Canyoning trips take place on Saturdays and Sundays. Depending on availability, it may be possible for large groups to book other days.
Based deep in Braveheart country on the edge of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Action Adventure Activities have over 30 years experience in the Scottish hospitality industry and staff have a wealth of experience in many outdoor pursuits.
They will provide wet suits, buoyancy aids, helmets and harnesses for your adventure.
This Big Deal would make a fantastic birthday present for a friend and, of course, it would be perfect for stag or hen weekends.
It would also be ideal for a day out with chums or indeed a spot of Dad and son bonding.
TripAdvisor is not short of reviews from people who took the plunge with Action Adventure Activities:
‘Canyoning for our anniversary – LOVED IT! We wanted to do something different- so this was the choice! My partner was a little apprehensive but we both loved the day. It was well organised and the two guides were brilliant. There was a large group of us and they kept us all safe and in control but offered loads of fun. Just wish there were more jumps! Thanks- would really recommend.’
Take up this Big Deal with Action Adventure Activities and feel the thrill of canyoning in some of Scotland’s most scenic countryside.