Where are your adventures taking you this summer?

Now is the time of year where all our thoughts, and google searches ;), vere towards escaping the monotony of daily life and planning the next adventure.
top of carna
In the press and media adventure holidays seem to have to be in foreign, far flung places where most of your precious free time is spent queuing in airports where you're lucky to be able to even see the sunshine outdoors!
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Adventure instead into the wilderness and remoteness of the wild areas in the UK. Here you will find mountains, sea lochs, sea life, rare birds, wonderful diving, climbing, walking, hiking, running, cycling, kayaking, sailing, boating the list is endless.
While away a morning sitting still, at peace with nature and the world around you, watching a family of otters hunting, splashing and playing along the shoreline, porpoises in the loch while White-tail and Golden eagles soar overhead.
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Then enjoy an invigorating and beautiful hill walk and home for a BBQ. Or perhaps you would like to show your children where their food comes from and go out with them to catch their own supper returning home to cook fresh caught.
Exchange your long haul flights for a journey through some of the most spectacular scenery travelling over the vastness of Rannoch Moor and down through Glen Coe catching your first sight of your destination, Ardnamurchan as you cross the Ballachulish Bridge.
corran ferry
Cross the water at Corran, almost there. The last stage as you follow the single track road that leads you through the village of Strontian, through ancient oak and rain forest, all the time following the sea loch Sunart.
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Once through the picturesque village of Salen with it's Hotel and wee Jetty Shop, you're almost there.
Dreaming of an adventure? make your adventure at Laga Lodge on Ardnamurchan this summer.
dolphins loch sunart