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Join Splash White Water Rafting Canyoning Tour

1. Join Splash White Water Rafting Canyoning Tour

Canyoning is one of the world's fastest-growing adventure sport, involving descents into canyons in stunning mountain regions. Experience this exciting activity in the Perthshire, in the heart of the Scottish countryside. In Scotland, virtually all the canyons have stream or rivers running through them so this is a very wet activity. Keltyburn Canyon near our base in Aberfeldy, Scotland is a great introduction to the adventure sport of canyoning. We do not use ropes in this canyon but their are lots of swims, slides and jumps to be tackled as we start our descent. You will have two experienced canyon guides with you at all times during your half-day tour and they will ensure that your trip is both safe and enjoyable. The canyons in Scotland can be cold even with all the wetsuit gear we give you, so be ready to experience a bit of Scotland's raw nature! Once we get on our way though, you'll soon warm up from the active fun that you'll be having. All jumps in this canyon are optional and there are ways around them if you'd rather not do them. This canyon also has escape routes both left and right of the canyon all the way down, so it really is a very safe canyon to start learning about this buzzing new adventure sport.

Perthshire: Splash White Water Rafting & Canyoning Adventure

2. Perthshire: Splash White Water Rafting & Canyoning Adventure

Feel the excitement of experiencing the white water rapids of the River Tay on this full-day adventure. Your afternoon will be filled with the thrills of a canyoning adventure in picturesque Keltyburn Canyon This River Tay white water adventure is the most popular rafting tour in Scotland. The river flows through Aberfeldy and on to Grandtully, where the tour ends. The day’s activities are suitable for participants aged 10 and older. There’s a trained trip leader in charge of each raft, and safety practices are covered during a comprehensive briefing before you head out on the tour. You’ll also learn and practice safety drills on the river well before the most intense spots, ensuring a fun and safe experience for everyone. When your rafting adventure ends near Grandtully you’ll be transported back to Aberfeldy by coach and receive photos of your rafting trip. After a short break to grab a bite to eat you’ll head to Keltyburn Canyon. This is the site for an adrenaline-filled afternoon of sliding, climbing, and jumping down the canyon. The canyoning outing consistently gets great reviews and is becoming an increasingly popular activity.

Perthshire: Tay White Water Rafting

3. Perthshire: Tay White Water Rafting

If you’ve never experienced White Water Rafting before, then this is the trip for you! On this white water rafting trip, you will float, paddle & play your way down the 6-mile stretch from Aberfeldy to Grandtully. Experience white water rapids and beautiful Scottish scenery as you enjoy your River Tay White Water Rafting trip. During the summer months, when we are lucky enough to see the sunshine instead of the rain, the river does get rather low. Therefore although it is still a beautiful trip for beginners, others may wish to explore some of our more adventurous activities.

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Unfortunately, you had to spend the day in a wet wetsuit between tours. That was very uncomfortable in the cold temperatures.