If you are a keen golfer, then golfing in Scotland must be on your to do list. Scotland has got the world’s oldest golf clubs along with the best courses too. Turnberry, Royal Dornoch, Muirfield and Carnoustie are but a few which you could golf on.
Scotland has a wide variety of world class fishing from salmon and trout to coarse and sea species. You will have the opportunity to fish in breathtaking rivers and lochs.
Deer stalking has brought visitors to Scotland for centuries and it has to be one of the most challenging activities. Deer stalking is a great way to discover Scotland’s breathtaking landscape and culture. Whilst searching for deer you will spend time walking through beautiful landscapes, forests and glens. No matter which season you decide to stalk, you will get the opportunity to stalk for stags, hinds, roe bucks or fallow bucks.
Cycling is a sport that truly allows people to get away from it all in the most remote parts. Therefore, that is why cycling in Scotland is so popular. The experience of cycling to remote parts of Scotland whilst taking in spectacular scenery along the way is simply magnificent. You will cycle through so many areas of natural beauty, from bare moorlands to plentiful forests, glistening lochs to tranquil glens, turbulent rivers and stunning coastlines. You will also pass historic structures along the way too. Cycling in Scotland truly is an experience of a lifetime.
Hill and mountain walking in Scotland continues to be a great pastime for many visitors. Scotland has 282 munro’s as well as numerous hills lower than this. There is a hill or mountain for everyone to walk or climb in Scotland. Popular walking areas are the Cairngorms, Edinburgh Hills, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, Skye and the Western Highlands.