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Spòrs Gàidhlig,

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

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




Overnight Micro Adventures are a great way for young people to experience sleeping outside, nature, the Gaelic language and learn new skills such as how to cook outside and leave no trace. It's environmentally sound, educational and lots of fun. 

Available from June 2018.

Hill Walking

Scotland is the perfect place for walking of all kinds. It might be mountain, glen, coast or urban areas - we have it all. Spòrs Gàidhlig is based at Glenmore Lodge, right in the Cairngorms and the perfect location for walking days and overnight trips. But we can come to you and deliver a full package in a location or your choice.

Available from June 2018

Gorge Walking is a fun, challenging activity which brings a smile to everyone's face. It also allows skills which are not apparent in the classroom to become more obvious in a new and exciting environment. 

We deliver gorge scrambling throughout Scotland and can come to your area.  

We have the equipment, professional instructors and everything else required for a fun, challenging and safe adventure. 

More and more people are taking an interest in bushcraft these day after all the exposure in the media. Spòrs Gàidhlig is able to offer bushcraft sessions to schools and individual groups. 

Our sessions are suitable for primary school or secondary school and offer an interesting way to use Gaelic outwith the school which is engaging for all involved. 

Bushcraft sessions increase understanding of natural resources and leaves a legacy of skills and greater understanding. 

Bikeability Scotland is a cycle training scheme designed to give children the skills and confidence they need both to cycle safely on the roads, and to encourage them to carry on cycling into adulthood.

Spòrs Gàidhlig is able to deliver bikeability to level three. This is a great activity to deliver through Gaelic as it's full of language and engaging for young people. We can also offer bikeability to learners at a level which is suitable for their needs.  

Orienteering is a sport that combines map reading and running. Competitors have to find their way between a series of checkpoints, called controls, as quickly as possible. There’s no set route between the controls, so you have to decide which way to go and then find your way there without getting lost.

Spòrs Gàidhlig is able to offer orienteering as an activity suitable for primary and secondary school. Our sessions are progressive and start with the basics, possibly in the school grounds, and move onto more challenging courses as the participants progress. 

We have professional orienteering equipment and experience in delivering the activity through the medium of Gaelic. 

Skiing is a great fun and challenging activity for young people. Spòrs Gàidhlig is able to offer ski lessons to schools and individual groups. 

We have bilingual Gaelic and English speaking instructors who are experienced in delivering skiing, equipment and a passion to see more young people on the slopes. 

Using Spòrs Gàidhlig has advantages:

• Professional and qualified instructors
• New and high quality equipment
• Low cost
• Delivery at each of the ski centres
• Support with travel

Learn about Scotland, our geography, our history and many other things using the largest map of Scotland in existance! Mapland Scotland is a giant jigsaw map with topographical detail, and is completely walkover. It is made of 180 lightweight plastic jigsaw pieces and has a total size of 10.8 m by 7.6 m, plus  2.5 m by 1.6 m for Shetland.

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