‘Tame the Wild’
Three days of relentless outdoor adventure in Scotland’s wildest landscape.
Tame the Wild – Boot Camp – April 12th,13th,14th 2013
Climb, run, walk, scramble, paddle.
Expert instruction; wild country; packed agenda; comfortable hostel accommodation; great location.
In April 2013 gofurtherscotland is doing something different…..
We’re offering a three-day adventure boot camp based at the perfectly-located Sail Mhor Croft Hostel near An Teallach.
Maximum of 4 boot-camp attendees to every instructor – giving you the time and attention for instruction and feedback
We’ll be organising a range of activities provided by the gofurther team and invited experts. Pick and choose your own agenda from a range of options from performance sport-climbing coaching to adventure running and from ridge scrambling to sea kayak instruction. This is not a military style boot camp, if you are into that look elsewhere, instead tune into the ‘gofurther’ ethos ….. small groups, a genuine passion for the outdoors, the best guides, plenty of the right sort of personal guiding and instruction, good coffee, good flapjack, good stories, sometimes a rather alternative take on life, a memorable day out.
We’ll finish each day with evening talks on kit, technical skills and recent adventures.
- Push your rock climbing grade, sport or trad, with expert instruction.
- Traverse one of Scotland’s most dramatic and remote ridges on a 20-mile mountain challenge.
- Find your rhythm on a stunning trail run through the heart of the Fisherfield Wilderness.
- Experience some of the best coastal kayaking in Europe.
- Try some big walling climbing techniques.
- Try some of the best coastal trail running on one the North’s remote peninsulas.
- Discover outdoor adventure in Wester Ross.
The offer is strictly limited to 16 places.
– £270 for three days
(includes accommodation and instruction/guiding. Food excluded.)
If you want to book onto Tame the Wild or you want to find out more or if you would like to be there but can’t make three days – drop us an email.
Please Note: The instructors will assess all boot-camp attendees for experience and suitability for activities chosen. Participation for selected activities cannot be guaranteed.
See our blog for more on the Tame the Wild Boot Camp.
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