UK Adventure Sports Associations
Mountain Leader Training Association
The association for climbing and walking leaders who either hold a national award or are candidates within one of the national training schemes.
Association Of Mountaineering Instructors
Mike Margeson BA MIC
8 Long Row
Tel 01229 889721
British Mountain Guides
Gwynedd LL24 0ET
Tel: 01690 720386
The Scottish Canoe Association
Scottish Canoe Association
Templeton on the Green
62 Templeton Street
0141 534 6500
British Association of Ski Instructors
Tel: 01479 861717
Mountaineering Council of Scotland
The Old Granary
West Mill Street
Perth PH1 5QP
Tel: 01738 493942
Uphill Ski Club
Tel: 01479 861 272
British Mountaineering Council
Mountain Leader Training Board
117 - 179 Burton Road
Tel: 0161 445 4747
Scottish Orienteering Association
Tel: 01479 861 713
Education & Training Officer
t. 0131 652 0187 f. 0131 661 0474
British Association of International Mountain Leaders
Green Tourism Business Scheme
The GTBS is the leading sustainable tourism certification scheme in the UK. Businesses opting to join are assessed by a qualified grading advisor against a rigorous set of criteria, covering a range of areas, like energy and water efficiency, waste management, biodiversity and more.
Local information for Aviemore andsurrounding area
This is a great site for those of you who plan to stay in the area after or before you visit to Glenmore Lodge. It covers all the local attractions, accommodation and places of interest.
Other Interesting Stuff
Great Glen Canoe Trail
The Great Glen Canoe Trail
Is one of the UK’s great canoe adventures. It requires skill, strength, determination and above all, wisdom on the water. Complete the Trail and join the select paddling few who have enjoyed this truly unique wilderness adventure.
You are advised to paddle the Trail between
Banavie and Muirtown as the sea access sections at each end involve long and difficult portage.
Enjoy, stay safe and leave no trace.