Adventure can mean different things to different people.

Whether it’s learning to navigate mountains in winter, scaling a rockface, paddling a loch or a walk in the woods, Glenmore Lodge exists to make adventures happen for everyone whatever their background or ability.

We understand that people face different barriers to accessing and enjoying outdoor activities. Our goal is for more people to enjoy the benefits of Scotland’s wonderful outdoors and to break those barriers down, to help create a more inclusive and accessible outdoor community.

What we do

We work with a wide range of people and groups to provide tailor-made experiences that are always based on what our visitors want to get from the outdoors and are designed around their needs

Becoming more inclusive

That might mean adapting an existing course, for example providing winter skills for those who are partially sighted, or developing completely new courses such as our new British Sign Language Navigation course for people who are Deaf or hearing impaired.

Working with others

We have also worked with partners to deliver courses including para-climbing and adaptive off-road biking, and bespoke courses for groups from different social and economic backgrounds.


Each time we deliver a course or host a group, we are learning too. These experiences of working with others to remove barriers to the outdoors helps us in our journey to continually develop what we offer so that it can meet the needs of everyone in Scotland who wants to enjoy the outdoors.

Get in touch

If you are interested in one of our courses, or trying an activity we offer, but are perhaps concerned that it might not be quite right for you, we’d love to hear from you. We’re always happy to discuss how we can support you to enjoy the outdoors and build confidence. Speaking to us is the first step, then we’ll find the best way to enable your adventure at Glenmore Lodge

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Read about some of the groups we’ve worked with and supported on their adventures

Paraclimbing Camp for Young People with Able 2 Adventure

This year we’ll be holding the third annual Paraclimbing Camp for young people with disabilities with Able 2 Adventure. Find out about the July 2023 event


Wanderlust Women Winter Experience Weekend

This winter Glenmore Lodge hosted and delivered a winter skills experience for Wanderlust Women, an organisation that supports Muslim women to find community and empowerment in the outdoors.


British Sign Language Navigation Course

Read a Q&A with Instructor Morag Skelton about the creation of our new British Sign Language Navigation Weekend,