Scotland packs a lot of beauty in a relatively small space. The north is characterised by atmospheric moorlands, rugged mountains and thick pinewood forests. To the west, you'll find white-sand beaches that could have been lifted straight out of the Caribbean. Marvel at the impressive cliffs and bays that make up Scotland's east coast or head down south and fall in love with the rolling hills, gentle rivers and ancient woodlands.
Scotland is an outdoor playground no matter what the season. The spring and summer months offer mild weather perfect for hiking, biking, watersports and other adventurous activities. The hills trade in their winter colours for vibrant greens and knowing where to look will reveal bustling wildlife. But don't forget the less busy months of autumn and winter! Scottish autumn promises beautiful foliage and the opportunity to witness the wildlife activity that comes with the turning of the season. Scottish winter is actually one of our best-kept secrets. With long nights and minimal light pollution, our dark skies are made for stargazing and in the right conditions, the snowy mountains can rival those of the classic winter sports destinations.
So, whatever the region or season, there's a great outdoor activity to be tried. Whether you're looking to relax with an escape into nature or in the market for an adrenaline-fuelled adventure - a Wild Scotland member will have something that fits the bill. From wildlife watching, nature walks and bushcraft to white-water rafting, mountain climbing and quad biking.
Why book with a Wild Scotland member? Our members are committed to delivering first-class experiences and advocate responsible tourism.
All Wild Scotland members operate in line with our Best Practice Guidelines in regards to sustainability, accessibility, community and safety.