WHAT WE PROVIDE
High quality, safe and challenging outdoor events. From the minute you sign up our highly motivated team will be there for you until you cross the finish line, providing you with advice on training, health & fitness and nutrition advice. Signing up is the first step to taking part, from there its about the challenge of training and getting fit having set your goal, but most importantly, having a lot of fun and laughs along the way.
The outdoors is about fresh air and friendship… Whether you choose to take part alone, with friends, family, or work colleagues, you’ll experience nothing but great hospitality, care and professionalism from the moment you arrive. Our goal is for everyone to leave us with a great sense of achievement and long lasting memories and the urge to return for more.
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Yet another physical and mental challenging event which has became more and more popular over recent years. As with the National 3 Peaks this is another tough event that requires a reasonable level of fitness to complete within the allocated 12 hours…More
Back for Summer 2016 -
The Great Glen Cycle is a brand new three day mountain bike experience brought to you by Ptarmigan Events. This three day trip covers the full 80 miles of the designated Great Glen Cycle Route covering the distance mainly off road. This cycle trail follows most of Scotland's newest formal…More
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The Three Peaks is a well known challenge event where teams and individuals make the attempt to climb the three highest mountains in Scotland (Ben Nevis), England (Scafell) and Wales (Snowdon) over a set of consecutive days or within a 24 hour period. For the 24 Hour Challenge, we kick things…More
You may have done it in summer! But have you ever considered climbing it in winter? Or maybe you've never climbed it at all -
A fun filled exhilarating weekend based in the Scottish Highlands to conquer Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest mountain standing at the proud height of 4,406ft! This can only be described as a “must do” once in a lifetime achievement and a fantastic way to raise money for a worthy cause…More
The East Highland Way is a new long distance walk that connects Fort William,outdoor capital of the UK, with the ski and mountain resort of Aviemore. In doing so, it also connects Scotland's existing long distance walks: The West Highland Way & Great Glen Way…More
Officially opened on the 30th April 2002 by H.R.H. Prince Andrew, Earl of Inverness. The Great Glen Way is 73 miles/117km in length. It runs from Fort William to Inverness, with spectacular views and historical and natural heritage to be discovered all along the way…More
Welcome to our latest and exciting new challenge event set to launch in Summer 2016. The Bonnie Banks Bike & Hike is a fully marshaled and way marked route that circumnavigates the shores of the beautiful Loch Lomond by bike and foot. Starting and finishing in the village of Luss on…More
The Great Glencoe Challenge is a self-
The West Highland Way is 156km (97 miles) long. The walk links Milngavie to Fort William from the outskirts of Glasgow, Scotland's largest city, to the foot of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. The route passes Ben Lomond, Scotland's most southerly Munro and on into the Scottish Highlands…More