Loch Lomond canoe safari

There are places left on this wonderful Spring canoes safari which will be having our most experienced guide Archie running the day. Archie is retired (supposedly) he spent forty years in the outdoor education industry both as an instructor and a manager and he just can’t let go!He tells guests in an introductory e mail “I still love taking people out on outdoor experiences and so I am looking very much towards the day.
You’ll explore out of the way beaches, wildlife watch and learn all about Scots and local heritage through Archie’s fascinating facts and story telling. It looks to be great fun and social too .. interesting in joining this trip there are spaces still left .. get in touch .

Wild Nature

On a field walk in Luss I recently can across this little fella’. The day was warm and sunny and he was probably taking advantage of the heat to go out looking for a mate. You may well recognise him as a Slow Worm; but, of course, he is not a worm. Neither is he a snake. He is actually a legless lizard.

For our young readers he is harmless. But if you find one, don’t touch it. They are not too unlike young Adders which are not harmless!

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Canoeing round the Islands of Loch Lomond

What a great day we have had with a local family exploring the East side of the highland complex on and near the islands of Inchcailioch. Learning skills, deer tracking and exploring with our Outdoor leader Archie bringing the whole trip alive with stories and related information. We also had some accompanying journalists taking top notch images and exploring with us from a publication called trek and run..

Ready to go

Ready to go

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