Strathyre Outdoors is a member of
"Working Together for Tourism"
Follow our #BLiSSTrail and our new project
History Heritage and Archaeology 2017 to be launched April
Reflections on Strathyre
and our surrounding area
Strathyre Outdoors is a Community Interest Company promoting Mini-Adventures with a wide choice of Activities and exciting things to do in the Strathyre area including: Wilderness guided Walks, Twilight and Bat Watch Trail, guided Historic walks of Strathyre and Callnder and our popular Canoe Mini Safaris. Add to this; Map Reading ad Navigation Experience, Canoe Hire, Bushcraft Skills Experience, Team Building Events with Challenges, Family and school or club Fun Days, Scottish Picnic with your own butler, Fishing Experience and so much more.
As a Community Interest Company, we promote activities that help encourage Tourism to benefit our local Community and its economy. Why not consider your own Mini Adventure in Strathyre - officially the first village in the Highlands of Scotland.
Strathyre has a superb Camping and Caravan site at Immervoulin at the South end of the village, We have a good choice on Hotels, Inns with rooms, Bed & Breakfast, Guest House accommodation along with some beautiful self catering Cottages and Cabins.
This makes Strathyre the ideal base to enjoy a fun filled holiday of a few days or longer.
Strathyre Outdoors whould like to sincerely thank Stirling Council for their support and provision of Grant funding towards the cost of new equipment used in some of Strathyre Outdoors Activities.
Your Next stop is
STRATHYRE OUTDOORS MINI ADVENTURES and ACTIVITIES
Strathyre Outdoors is now on its Winter Programme. Water based activities are
closed until April 2017. We do however have a good selection of special Adventure
experiences available through the winter weeks - Please contact us to discuss.
Barbara, Kenny and Jack
Strathyre Outdoors organisers of the
Mini Stuc A Chroin Hill Race
for primary school children
Friday 5th May 2017
Contact us for information
The National Walking and Cycling Network route 7, links Strathyre with Callander around 9 miles to the South, Balquhidder Lochearnhead and onwards to St Fillans and Killin to the North. This makes Strathyre the perfect base to explore our magnificent Traffic Free Area.
Strathyre Outdoors is a member of the LETi (Loch Earn Tourism information Group) and assisted in the establishment of the #BLiSStrail Tourism project. Our new project History, Heritage, & Archaeology 2017 launches very soon see www.robroycountry.com
Strathyre Outdoors is a Social Enterprise with the status of a Community Interest Company. Registered in Scotland Company No.SC 508606
Our Lat / Long
Ar Tigh, Strathyre
Stirlingshire FK18 8NA
Tel: 07794 535188
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