FIGHT YOUR WAY UPSTREAM AGAINST THE FLOW
clambering up small waterfalls, swim through calmer sections and jumping into deep pools.
Gorge swimming is absolutely fantastic fun!
Equipped with wetsuits, buoyancy aids and helmets this is a more ‘adventurous’ version of Gorge Walking. Fight your way upstream against the flow, clambering up small waterfalls, swimming through calmer sections and jumping into deep pools. When you reach the top just turn round and float or slide back down to the start.
This is a really thrilling sport and you’ll have an amazing time. There is full instructor supervision at all times and believe me they will be having a great time too!
Wetsuit, wetsuit socks, buoyancy aid, helmet, windproof jacket
PARTICIPANTS TO TAKE
Swimsuit (or shorts and t-shirt), old trainers, thin cotton socks, large towel & warm clothes for afterwards.
Participants must be able to swim 20m & must disclose any relevant medical conditions to the instructor before the start of the session.
Min age 14 years.
Bridge of Brown. Please note this is 45 minutes drive from Rothiemurchus. Map available on request.
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to session.
If you need to change your booking or to cancel, we do require 24 hours notice in order for you to receive a full refund.
Approx. 2 1/2 hours
£55 per person.
Easter through until October. Departs in all weather.
Boots n Paddles recruit activity instructors for their fun and enthusiasm as much as for their technical skills. Our team have climbed, paddled and trekked all over the world and yet they choose to live and work in the stunning Scottish Highlands and to help you experience the area up close and leave with amazing memories.
All Boots n Paddles activity instructors hold nationally recognised qualifications in the different sports that they lead and have undergone criminal record checks to ensure our suitability to work with young and vulnerable clients.
Boots n Paddles are members of the Leave No Trace programme. This is recognition of the lengths that we go to to minimise the impact that our activities have on the wonderful environment in which we operate.