Outdoor Adventure Centre on the Isle of Arran
Outdoor Adventure Centre on the Isle of Arran

Outdoor Adventure Centre on the Isle of Arran

Are you a lover of the great outdoors and looking for a way to enjoy it to the fullest? Why not visit Arran Outdoor Centre? The centre offers a wide variety of different adventure activities to suit all visitors! From kayaking to gorge walking, there is something exciting just around the cover waiting for you here!

Why should I visit the Outdoor Adventure Centre on the Isle of Arran?

Arran Outdoor Centre is a great island retreat for everyone who loves the outdoors, activities, and magical scenery! There is also a bed and breakfast available without activities!

Set on the shoreside overlooking the beautiful Holy Isle in Lamlash Bay, the Arran Outdoor Centre comes equipped with 14 en-suite rooms that are complemented by 2 lounges, a conservatory, a classroom and a dining area. Residential and non-residential packages are available at the centre.

There are a number of daily activities, bespoke packages and simple family fun breaks on offer at the centre that can be tailored to suit the visitor’s needs. Those who enjoy the likes of Kayaking, Sailing, Hillwalking, Abseiling, Climbing, Mountain Biking, and Gorge Walking will feel right at home at the centre!

All specialised equipment and tuition are included together with transport to and from the ferry if required.

  • Open daily
  • Instruction and equipment for activities are provided as part of the package
  • Additional support needs can be catered for

 

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