Go Wild: Fling yourself off a bridge in Cairngorms

Go Wild: Fling yourself off a bridge in Cairngorms

With your toes hanging over the edge, close your eyes and let yourself fall forward.



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Killiecrankie’s Highland Fling Bungee is one of the most iconic bungee jump location in the whole of the UK. Suspended 40 metres above the River Garry, you’ll be safely harnessed up before you take the plunge and step off Garry Bridge, free falling at over 50 miles per hour and springing back up again. Pure heart-thumping bliss, this is what pushing yourself to the limit looks like! 

Cairngorms, Scotland

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Make a four-legged friend



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Be part of the craze that’s sweeping the nation and meet the llamas at Ecocamp Glenshee. You’ll spend some time getting to know these mysteriously striking animals, getting to hand feed them and learning a bit more about their psychology, before heading out side-by-side on a short trek through the national park.

Ecocamp Glenshee, Blairgowrie

Sling axes in a forest

Practise your strength and aim with this unusual outdoor activity, found in the Cairngorms National Park. Surrounded by natural beauty, you’ll be stepping into the shoes of your ancestors by learning how to throw an axe – a skill that was formerly used for hunting! Under expert tuition from axe-throwing enthusiast, Tom, you’ll learn the best techniques on how to throw two types of axe. But the real question is, will you hit the target?

Cairngorms National Park

Stay in a secluded yurt

Your time in the great outdoors doesn’t have to end at bedtime. Camp in style in a quirky off-the-grid yurt nestled in the woods. Pitched alongside the River Spey, and sleeping two people, this secret hideaway is something out of a fairytale. The 16-foot yurt comes fitted with a Victorian double bed and wood burner to keep you toasty, and has magnificent views over the Monadliath Mountains. The bathroom is a short 5-minute walk away at the farm, so remember to take a torch with you!

Aviemore, Scotland
13 Jan 2020(last updated)