Climbing & Abseiling

Aberfoyle, Strathard, Trossachs, Stirling
01877 387 750

From beginners to lead climbers, there are climbs to suit everyone. Challenge yourself to reach the top of Milton Crag and other rock faces and then abseil down. Led by fully qualified instructors, outdoor climbing is both exhilarating and freeing.

Modern and fully maintained activity centre, where you are provided with all equipment and transported to suitable locations to suit your ability for a 2 hour session. All climbing and safety equipment is provided. Climbing is restricted to age 10 years and over.

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duration - 2 hours

min 4 - max 12

daily activity

open all year

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£40pp

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From beginners to lead climbers, we have climbs that suit everyone. Challenge yourself to reach the top of Milton Crag and other rock faces and then abseil down. Led by fully qualified instructors, outdoor climbing is exhilarating and freeing.

All climbing and safety equipment provided. Modern and fully maintained.

Climbing is restricted to age 10 years and over.

From the activity centre, you are provided with all equipment, transported to suitable locations to suit your ability, for a 2 hour session. All safety equipment provided.

This activity requires a minimum of 4 people or payment of full price (£160). If you have fewer than four people in your group, please call 01877 387750 to arrange to join with another group.

Booking online requires 48 hours notice but if you do wish to book within a 48 hour period of coming, please call to ensure availability.

Open: Year Round
Price: £40 per person
Length: 2 hours

Where possible Go Country Adventures will arrange sessions to suit your party in any way they can. Call 01877 387750 or email info@gocountry.co.uk

MORE THINGS TO DO

There are a wide range of activities and things to do in Strathard. You can walk, cycle and travel around the countryside to your heart’s content.

In the winter you can even explore the wilderness and discover the wildlife that inhabit the mountain tops. As well as enjoying your time on land, you can also get on the water and explore the beauty of Loch Ard.

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