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Canyoning

9 Reviews
Includes
Safety instruction and equipment
Leap of faiths, plunge pools & natural water slides
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Overview

Explore undiscovered natural wonders in this action-packed adventure. Led by an experienced guide and decked out in wetsuits, you’ll clamber down cliffs, descend into plunge pools, wade through rapids, scale waterfalls and swim through streams and rivers in a challenging test of skill and endurance.

Details

Minimum People
8 (smaller groups prices will be based on the minimum)
Maximum People
48 (multiple sessions may be needed for larger groups)
Dress code
To bring
Swimwear
Towel
Trainers
Change of clothes
Waterproof clothing
ID Required
Useful Info
A good level of fitness is required
Entry Times
to
Start Times
Start Times
Mon to Sun 10:00, 13:30.
Start Times
Mon to Sun
Allow
3 hours
Minimum Age
Minimum Height
Minimum Inside Leg
Maximum Height
Maximum Weight
144 kgs
Dates
Runs
1 Oct - 31 May

Reviews

4.8
From 9 Reviews
Staff were great and everyone enjoyed it. It is a good 90 minute drive north of Edinburgh so would advise doing a full day for people rather than the half day we did. it will make the drive more worth it. Great fun but could have been longer. they advertise abseiling down waterfalls but this is not on the course we did
Andrew Mcdonough
I really enjoyed the day, the guide was very helpful but I would have enjoyed some rafting or canoeing to have been included
Geoff Tymon
This event however was fantastic, can not recommend highly enough, staff were good also. Thank you
Mark Frank
The bus transfer to the canyoning is a long trip especially in the morning with a hangover and sleep deprivation, as it is 75 miles each way from Edinburgh, the bus driver was great though as he pulled over when we asked for toilet and sick stops. As for the canyoning and cliff jumping this was fantastic and really exhilarating, the first jump in to the water takes your breath away as you adjust to the coldness of the water, really good fun but very cold. Wish we had booked for the full day as didn’t seem to last very long, but on the other hand I think it was long enough to be cold though, just wish it was closer to Edinburgh.
Richard Johnson
Very good! Approximately 1.5 hours outside of Edinburgh, you will need to arrange transport to and from. We hired a minibus and driver for the day for £220, which when split between the attendees was good enough value. The centre is well resourced and put a good level of effort into making the day look professional, the staff are friendly and make sure everybody has a good time. We were massively hungover, but the cliff jumping wakes you right up with the cold water. You must bring sturdy trainers to make the most of it, wet suits are provided. It's also quite physical so fat people may struggle.
Mike Lavelle (jnr)

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The Venue

Free Spirits - River Tay

River Tay

Set in the heart of Scotland this river is surrounded by outstanding natural beauty and meanders from Loch Tay through to the famous rapids downstream where the national white water slalom championships are held. There is an onsite restaurant and with Dundee Airport within an hour's drive, you can hardly get any further remote than here within the British Isles.

Details

Parking
Free carpark