SAS Adventures offer adventure activities and outdoor training across Scotland and at all levels; from the first experience days all the way up to instructor qualifications.
Based in central Scotland SAS Adventures runs courses, activities and holidays across the country so that we can make the most of the amazing landscapes that exist around us. SAS Adventures’ mobility means that they can also provide tailored training and courses for groups or individuals on request at locations to suit.
They offer a range of different activities such as mountain, water sports, cycling, land activities, DOFE, first aid & safety, instructor training, equipment hire.
Situated at the foot of the Ochil Hills, The Japanese Gardens Cowden is a beautiful picturesque place to visit.
There is also a nice tea room so you can pop in and have a nice cuppa and enjoy the delicious baking.
one of Stirling’s most distinctive landmarks, overlooking the scene of Scotland’s victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
This is a place where history is something you can touch and feel, as you follow the story of Sir William Wallace, patriot, martyr, and Guardian of Scotland.
For over 145 years, this world-famous attraction has fascinated visitors with its exhibits and displays. Make The National Wallace Monument the high point of your visit to Stirling and it’s less than 10 minutes from Clackmannanshire.
Over 40 years as Scotland’s National Motorsport Centre and host to the UK’s top televised motorsport car and bike events. Knockhill is situated just 30 mins from Edinburgh, 40 miles from Glasgow and 2 hours from Aberdeen. Knockhill is a truly versatile venue and the perfect choice for all events including Corporate Days, Team Building, Karting, Trackdays and exciting Driving Experiences.
eXplora Stirling is the first local company that offer tours of Stirling in Spanish. You are in trusted hands with Stirling in Spanish, as they have native Spanish guides with more than 10 years of experience in the area.
The guides range from being local historians to mountain guides, with them all having a certification in first aid and are highly trained to give the best service.
They can organise excursions in Stirling, Clackmannanshire, Falkirk, Perthshire and offer a special route to Loch Ness from Stirling.
The Canyoning Company are driven by passion to give you the most authentic, memorable and unique canyoning adventure.
The team at The Canyoning Company have unmatched level of experience and knowledge to create a safe, fun and enjoyable experience.
Both Dollar Canyon and Alva Canyon have some incredible features. With jumps, natural water flumes and loads of waterfalls. Dollar Canyon is more suitable for beginners whereas Alva Canyon is for people who are fit, adventurous and looking for something more.
Edinburgh University Exmoor Pony Trekking Section (EUEPTS) is a non-profit, student run organisation and a university society, running treks for students and the general public. Any level of rider can come and experience this cheeky native breed whilst enjoying our beautiful surroundings from horseback.
The trekking experience is unique, taking the ponies straight from their field onto the hills (no roads involved on any of our usual treks), and allowing you to join in with caring for your pony before and after the trek.
The route heads north from Route 76 at North Castle Street, in the centre of Alloa, near the council offices in Lime Tree House. It follows a narrow, traffic-free lane through the town for under half a mile, until it crosses the dual carriageway (A907) just west of the roundabout near Alloa Railway station and the ASDA supermarket. Follow the signs for Route 767 north east over the railway foot bridge. The route follows the railway path and some sections of cycle path through countryside, with views of the dramatic Ochil Hills. After 3 ¼ miles you arrive at the southern outskirts of Tillicoultry (Visitor Information Centre), one of the six Hillfoots settlements which are strung along the southern edge of the Ochil Hills. There are plans to extend Route 768 from Alva to Tillicoultry. After a further 3 ¼ miles, the Devon Way ends near playing fields to the south of Dollar. Regarded as the most attractive of the Hillfoots villages, Dollar was originally built to service the residents of Castle Campbell, the ruins of which are about a mile north of the village up Dollar Glen. The village also has shops and cafes, a museum, the grand Dollar Academy and a nearby campsite.