Remote feel canyon with impressive cork screw waterfall abseil and dramatic deep gorge with swims, ducks and slide features makes excellent canyoning
From cool calm waters that meander toward a sudden precipice stand at the edge of a spiraling 45 foot waterfall and descend an impenetrable gorge. Once at the bottom we make our way down to the Findhorn River via water slides, dunks, ducks and a little tree caving! This is very much a live canyoning with dramatic scenery and real sense of being in a wild place. Not for the faint hearted or those without a head for heights. Summer is an ideal time to tackle the Caochan a’ Bhodaich which translates from Gaelic as “Small Burn of the Old Man”. Medium level of fitness recommended for this canyon.
Available: April to October
Duration: 1:30pm to approx. 4:30pm
• Dramatic 45 foot Corkscrew Waterfall Abseil
• Stunning scenery
• Natural Larder Blaeberries in late summer
• Heated change rooms, no roadside changing in the rain
• UKCG Trained and Qualified Guides with PASSION!
What is Included:
• Professional Photographs
• Quality equipment and warm clean wet suit so you don’t get cold
• Purpose Built Activity Base with reception, heated changing rooms and ample parking
• Friendly Booking Staff who can assist in your visit to the area from accommodation to transport
What you need to bring:
Please bring a towel, swim suit or bathers and foot wear that will get wet suitable for walking on uneven ground such as old trainers. (We can supply wet-suit booties for £2.00 a pair – proceeds go to the Findhon, Nairn and Lossie Fisheries Trust)
The minimum age is 13 for this adventure.
No previous river experience is necessary, a medium level of fitness is advised.