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Scotland - the new white water rafting assets of europe - in the open


Scotland has taken its place as the new Mecca for white water rafting and extremist sports enthusiasts. With over 120 bustle centres about the countryside you can do it all here - from jumping off cliffs, sliding all the way through canyons and rolling down hills in forced balls, to more established actions such as white water rafting, quad biking and clay pigeon shooting.

The jagged landscape is achieve for hair-raising outside pursuits. As Mark Turner of specialist al fresco sports website adrenalinePASS. com says, "We are chiefly looking ahead to the rafting period on the River Tummel. This is undoubtedly the best white water rafting free in the countryside over the summer. "

The Tummel is dam-release, guaranteeing water levels every weekend from June to September. It is a narrow, mechanical and exciting river, gift just about incessant torrents to Grade IV, culminating in the ancestry of a double-drop waterfall!

"An another cascade descent", Mark continues, "is on one of our canyoning trips. This time there's no boat involved, as a substitute participants are lowered down on a rope in a illicit abseil. " Canyoning descents also absorb scrambling, jumps into drop pools, actual water flumes and slides.

A wide range of clients enjoy adventures with adrenalinePASS. com. Those and families on day visits or holidays, because of to a range of groups, from stag and hen parties to corporate outings. Their attitude of expert delivery, from practiced but also amply enthusiastic instructors, has created a appealing formula.

So, if you're looking to do a bit a a small amount bit another this summer and fancy some excitement in your life, go to www. adrenalinepass. com and decide your ideal adventure.

Blair Thorne is the creater of adrenalinePass. com and owner of Emerge Studio a web and diagrammatic conceive consultancy based in Glasgow.


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