Aerial view of Laggan with swing bridge in the Great Glen above Loch Oich in the scottish highlands
Deer Head illustration

Highland horse-riding

Based in Kingussie, the centre has a Wild West theme with easy access to excellent hacking and riding, offering rides that are sustainable for absolute beginners to those wishing to do trail rides in true rough Highland country. Embark on an adventure on horseback, offering beautiful countryside rides through the Alvie Estate, which is part of the Cairngorm National Park.

Spectacular views of the Cairngorm Mountain Range, Spey Valley and Loch Alvie are combined with the chance to see wildlife such as deer, rabbits, red squirrels, buzzards, herons and the occasional osprey. 

Loch Insh outdoor centre

This outdoor centre in Kincraig in the Highlands of Scotland offers a great variety of activities for a fun family day out or a place to just relax and enjoy the stunning scenery. You can take part in sail sports, paddle sport, raft building, fishing, rowing and pedalos on the loch. Activities off the water include archery, play parks and a 60-metre dry ski slope.

There are also many walking and mountain biking opportunities in the area to enjoy, or board the wildlife cruises and let the experts acquaint you with all of Loch Insh’s wildlife including the spectacular ospreys.

The Laggan Tartan Backgorund

Clay shooting

Clay pigeon shooting, archery, go karting and quad biking in the Highlands of Scotland are some of the most adventurous country pursuits - great for team builds, families and couples alike. With many local companies, our team will help with giving details of where you can do such activities.

A Border Collie sheep dog rounds up sheep during a sheep dog display

Sheepdog display

Shepherding is a traditional and historic role that takes great skill and patience. Watch in awe as Neil Ross from "One Man and His Dog" at Leault Farm Kincraig (six miles from Newtonmore) works with his dogs. See demonstrations and sheep shearing the old-fashioned way, come face-to-face with Highland cows, meet friendly Collies and get helpful dog training tips to take home.