Glencoe Activity Week 2022 - Camping

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Sep 13

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14 places left

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Mountainous environment so very limited options for easy walks

This is a five night (Tuesday to Sunday) camping event. (If you wish to participate in the daytime activities only or make your own accommodation arrangements please book here instead.) 

This is an amazing location surrounded by some of the most famous mountains in Scotland and great for walking, climbing, & mountain biking.  We also have several lochs and lochans within walking distance from the campsite. Within a short drive we also have ice climbing, Ben Nevis, Glencoe Mountain and other types of activity.


The following activities are planned and booking links will be added to this page once the details are confirmed:

Ice Climbing at Ice Factor - The National Ice Climbing Centre

Stand-up paddle boarding / kayaking on Loch Levin

Mountain Biking

Leisure cycling

There will be a variety of mountain walks and a leisure cycle. As always, the details will be dependent on weather conditions and the availability of volunteer leaders so there will be some flexibility in the programme. Details and timings of each day's activities will be communicated the evening before using the OutdoorLads messaging system.


There will be a welcome event at Signal Rock Cottages on Tuesday evening. We will also get together each evening for a drink and a chat at the campsite, the pub or Signal Rock Cottages. There will be a group meal at the Clachaigh Inn on Saturday night, followed by drinks around the campfire at Signal Rock Cottages

Photos: Taken by event leaders and used by OutdoorLads with permission. 

IMPORTANT! - Participation Statement

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Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms, even if they are extremely mild, or who has recently tested positive for Covid-19, is asked not to attend.