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Water Rafting in Inverness

River Findhorn with Ace Adventure

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Category: Tours

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Water Rafting

The River Findhorn is the third longest river in Scotland snaking through the remote highlands passing few towns on iuts journey to Findhorn Bay on the Moray Coast.

Near the town of Forres the final few kilometers of peat soaked tannin River Water cut through a series of gorges forming the most consistant quality rafting to be found in the UK.  Trips run all year round with the best time of year to go in Spring and Autumn.

You adventure lasts a day and includes cliff jumping for those with a head for heights.

Our team of internationally experienced and fully qualified guides assure that you will have the adventure of a life time in the safest possible way.

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See you on the water!!!


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