Gorge Scrambling

Jump, swim, climb, slide

We have exciting venues throughtout Scotland 



Fun, educational and an element of competition

Suitable for all including schools and events


Bushcraft & Forest Schools

DSCN1552Learn bushcraft & survival skills

Work with nature in the forest and learn more


Walking & Expeditions

Peathan Meadhanach

Mountain days & expeditions throughout Scotland

Duke of Edinburgh, John Muir Award, navigation, campcraft



We provide equipment, ski passes and instruction

CairnGorm, The Lecht, Glencoe, Nevis Range and Glenshee


Mapland Scotland

Mapa Scotland

The largest map of Scotland in the world!

Perfect for geography, social subjects, literacy and numeracy


Cànan - Language  





Contact details  

Spòrs Gàidhlig,

Glenmore Lodge, Aviemore,
Inverness-shire, Scotland, PH22 1QZ

T: 01463-234138
E: fios@spors.scot



Our objective is to provide fun and engaging opportunities for young people in a supportive Gaelic environment. All of our staff and at Comunn na Gàidhlig speak Gaelic. 

We understand and are experienced in the creation of a Gaelic language environment that is appropriate to the young person. We know how to support young people to use the Gaelic they have and how to manage an activity to encourage all to place value in the language. 

Our safety management procedures are robust and we use qualified staff where appropriate. Sometimes we use the services of third parties and we always ensure that standards are adhered to. 

Our parent organisation, Comunn na Gàidhlig, has many years of experience of organising youth camps and activities. Both CnaG and Spòrs Gàidhlig work to the same high standards whilst remaining flexible and responsive to the situations of parents and guardians. 

We are experienced in organisation of travel to and from events and understand the public transport system in Scotland. This includes ferries to the from the islands where many Gaelic speaking children live. Often we will provide an escorted travel option as part of our events. 

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