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  • Activities

    Sphereing

    Sphereing, otherwise known as sphereballing or zorbing, is a great activity for family or friends alike as no experience is required. Its origin began in Australia and has quickly been absorbed into Scotland as the next infectious sport to attempt during the periods of March to October. A casual warning though is should you suffer from either black outs or epilepsy, it would not be ...

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    Paintball

    You don’t have to be a top marksman to enjoy the thrill of paintball. The tension of stalking ‘the enemy’ or the joy of outwitting a friend is something that most people can appreciate. There are a number of great places where you can paintball in Scotland. Players are supplied with everything they need for a great day of adrenaline-pumping activity.

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    Off-Road Driving

    Most motorists will have at least considered the idea of taking their vehicle off the beaten path and venturing over more rugged terrain at some time in their lives. Off-road driving was once something that only the adventurer would attempt – since those living in nicely paved urban areas had no need to even consider taking their vehicle over rough ground. However, in this day and age of ...

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    Kart Racing

    Come and have loads of fun with the fastest growing form of motor sport in the world. Kart racing is so popular in Scotland that you would not want to miss it. There are karting tracks throughout Scotland even indoor tracks for those bad weather days.

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    Horse Riding

    Many horse riders may have spent time during their childhood reading books about children riding through the Scottish and English countryside. These stories often lead to a desire to do the same – to travel to a country with lush rolling countryside where horses can canter or gallop freely and where one simply feels that ever elusive freedom and oneness with the beautiful and spirited ...

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    Cycling

    The breathtaking rural scenery, clean air and wide open spaces are what make Scotland ideal for cycling. Over the years cycling vacations have grown in popularity, with vast numbers of visitors to the country making a point of spending at least a few hours exploring the landscape on a bicycle.

  • Attractions

    South West Maize Maze

    Amongst the most popular attractions in Scotland, the South West Scotland's Maize Maze is known to be an extremely fun and entertaining excursion. If you happen to find yourself in the region of Dumfries during late summer or early fall, make sure that you don’t pass by Carruthers Town and the annual South West Scotland’s Maize Maze. This wonderful seasonal activity is a ...

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    Beecraigs Country Park

    In the picturesque hills of Bathgate, just three miles south from the quaint historical town of Linlithgow, lies the rustic Beecraigs Country Park surrounded by the unfailing beauty of the natural habitat and enveloped within 370 hectares or 913 acres of tranquil scenery. The Country Park is open throughout the year from dawn to dusk, though times will change according to the summer ...