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15 Parkhead View EH11 4RU Edinburgh (City of Edinburgh)

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Description of Wilderness Adventure

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Outdoor adventure activities are what we do best at Wilderness Adventure. We are the experts in giving you adrenaline filled, pulse quickening activities that will push your mind and body to their very boundaries.

Wilderness Adventure was set up by director  Alick Bennet in 1992, and since then the company has cultivated 17 thrilling years of experience across a wide variety of activities that have been enjoyed by groups of people from all ages and backgrounds.

We are a well known and proven organisation that boasts the highest quality staff that are professionals in their given fields. We are one of the most diverse companies in the country and offer a wide range of amazing activities that are available as multi activity days so you can sample all the action. Our packed agenda includes:

  • Kayaking
  • Rock Climbing in Aberfoyle.
  • Paintball
  • Rafting on the River Tay
  • Treasure Hunt
  • Gorge Walking

As well as these activities we can also offer our guests the very best in corporate events and team building. These Wilderness Adventure events are designed to ensure that you open communication and bond with you colleagues, associates, friends or whoever you choose to share the adventure with.

 So, regardless of whether you are looking to test yourself and your nerve , want to enhance existing skills or just want to take in the stunning natural beauty with a twist, contact Wilderness Adventure today to take the first step into the adventure of your life.

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