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Activity and adventure breaks, and teambuilding in the Trossachs

With some great local providers well known to us, set your spirit of adventure free with a white water rafting excursion or take up the challenge of canyoning, abseiling and mountain biking.

River running is virtually as old as civilization itself, but rafting and kayaking as recreational activities are relatively new. A river journey is one of the most enjoyable ways to experience the rural areas and natural environments of any country. These pleasures are complimented by an even greater thrill; running through powerful, fast flowing rapids.

Jet ski on Loch Lomond. Enjoy fabulous loch Lomond speedboat cruising with Luxury Speedboat Tours by Loch Lomond Leisure Scotland. A speedboat is undoubtedly the most memorable and exciting way to experience Loch Lomond. Cruising slowly throughout the many islands and much faster in open waters, everyone will enjoy the magnificent views and constantly changing scenery. Call 0333 577 0715 or look at 

A little further afield, Loch Earn is one of the premier watersport venues in Scotland, with superb facilities available at Lochearnhead. Tuition is available in canoeing, dinghy sailing and water skiing, all amidst breathtaking scenery. For a more leisurely pace, small-engined boats are also available for hire. In the Trossachs, Lochs Venachar and Achray are also popular watersport venues.

he Trossachs offer year-round adventure and adrenalin breaks and holidays - for individuals and groups of all abilities. Residential adventure breaks and expeditions, especially water based - in spectacular highland scenic settings.

Water is what made the Trossachs - and the rest of Scotland, with a little help from the mountains! With so much water around, there is ample scope for almost every adventure watersport you could imagine. The rivers rising in this region flow both east and west, to the rivers Tay, Forth and Clyde as the watersheds in the region shed their water in three directions.

The rivers have different natures and offer everything from slow deep peaceful stretches to rapids which test the most advanced canoe or white water rafting enthusiast. The Lochs can be small and interesting, or large and exposed. Some have hosts of small islands to explore - some even have the remains of ancient dwellings or strongholds on crannogs.

Make sure you're suitably dressed before you go!

The waters of Loch Tay have long been famous for watersports. Legend Sailing provides waterski-ing for all abilities. 

Near Aberfoyle, Forest Hills Watersports have a huge range of watersports available including sailing, kayaking, Canadian canoeing, rowing and rafting.

Further north at Killin and Kenmore – there are superb adventure activity centres around Loch Tay.

Enjoy superb target shooting and clay pigeon shooting at Mid Lix Shooting School

Mid Lix Shooting School
Mid Lix Shooting School is set in private grounds within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park , close to the picturesque village of Killin. We offer Clay Target Shooting, Archery and Air Rifle Shooting for the beginner and experienced shot.

Set within the grounds are a series of automatic clay target 'launchers', which can provide a variety of shooting targets, that are suitable for both beginners and the more experienced. Mid Lix welcomes everyone. From the young individual wishing to become a safe, competent and well mannered shot, to the experienced , seeking to improve their technique.

Have a go sessions are also available to complete beginners or family occasions. So whether you are young or old, a beginner or a seasoned shot, Mid Lix Shooting School can offer you an experience to remember.

Prices start from £30.00 per person. All safety equipment, guns, clays and cartridges are provided

Contact Ian Hendy at Mid Lix Shooting School
Telephone: 01567 820428 Mobile: 07870 652215 
E-Mail: ian@midlix.com Website: www.midlix.com



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