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Participant sport events in Scotland - what’s on

Scotland is all about playing in the great outdoors. Whatever your interest, there’s always something to challenge you. We have a whole range of sporting activities for your enjoyment, including canoeing, climbing, cycling, fishing, golfing, sailing, skiing and snowboarding. Plus a few more besides.

activity highlights
Orienteering in Drumlanrig Woods

1st November 2014, Dumfries & Galloway:
It’s more adventurous than any computer game and more exciting than TV - so why not bring the whole family for some fun? With a map in hand, you will soon be navigating your way round a course.

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22nd November 2014, Dumfries & Galloway:
It’s more adventurous than any computer game and more exciting than TV - so why not bring the whole family for some fun? With a map in hand you will soon be navigating your way round a course.

Lecht Ski Centre

Year-round, Aberdeenshire:

Based 2090 feet (645m) above sea level amid the beauty of the Eastern Cairngorms, The Lecht Activity Centre is situated in the heart of Scotland’s largest National Park at the top of the pass between Tomintoul and Strathdon.

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Year-round, Argyll

One of the few riding centres in the UK to teach Western Riding and Natural Horsemanship.

Mabie Forest

Year-round, Dumfries:

Mabie is one of the 7 Stanes mountain biking centres which span the south of Scotland.

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Year-round, Dumfries & Galloway:

With its coastal setting and the lack of any big hills, Dalbeattie has a relaxed feel, but the riding is far from dull.

Forest of Ae

Year-round, Dumfries & Galloway:

Ae was the last 7stanes centre to be completed and is located in a large forest beside the tiny village of Ae just10 miles north of Dumfries on A701.

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Year-round, Stirlingshire:

An independent club, Stirling Walking Club meets every second Sunday.

The Mighty Deerstalker

14th March 2014, Scottish Borders:

A quite outrageous adventure running event.

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4th - 7th June 2015, Angus Glens:

Since the very first walking festival in 2003, walkers having been coming back to Angus year after year to enjoy everything the area has to offer.


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