Watersports - Glenlivet View



The Moray coastline has several spots which make surfing ideal, from Lossiemouth in the West to Fraserburgh in the East, several beaches have companies offering surf tuition. Get the latest surf reports.

Kayaking & Canoeing

Exploring the Moray coastline in a kayak or canoe can give a different perspective and allows for a closer look at the coastal wildlife. Discover hidden treasures as you kayak along some of the most beautiful rivers in Scotland with just the gentle swish of a paddle. Explore Highland run day trips or longer for groups or individuals and can also run a bespoke trip for the more adventurous .


For those wanting an adrenaline thrill why not try canyoning, Glenlivet View is ideally situated to take advantage of all the local sports and Ace Adventure based in Auchnagairn have qualified guides.

White Water Rafting & Cliff Jumping

The river Findhorn offers grade 4/5 white water rafting and is the only destination in Scotland to offer this all-year-round trip above grade 3. You can also enjoy cliff-jumping, if you have a head for heights! Ace Adventure.


North East Dive is located in Banff and offers various facilities and trips throughout the year.

Outfit Moray

Outfit Moray makes a difference to people and communities through outdoor learning and adventure and offers a range of outdoor activities for all.