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In Your Element

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In Your Element offer a whole host of award-winning, land and water-based outdoor activities and events on and around stunning Loch Lomond. 

Our instructor-led activities include: gorge walking, canyoning, canoeing, mountain biking, river sledging, river tubing, air rifle shooting, axe throwing, stand up paddle boarding and our aerial adventure course Treezone at Loch Lomond Shores, Balloch.

We specialise in providing an extensive range of group outdoor activity packages aimed at not only the corporate team building and incentive market but also ideal for the most memorable hen or stag weekend.  Choose from Highland Games, Treasure Hunts, Country Pursuits and lots of other unique water and land-based team challenges and activities! 

School and Youth groups are also catered for and we run half day, full day or even longer outdoor activity sessions.  For residential breaks, we work together with the Scottish Youth Hostel Association at the stunning lochside hostel at Rowardennan.

For those who wish to explore Loch Lomond independently, we also offer a canoe and kayak hire operation and shuttle service - must be pre-booked.

 

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