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Highland Games

Do you fancy staging your own Scottish Highland Games?  We can come to your venue and, ably assisted by our Highland Games' competitors, we will set up and run a genuine Highland Games for you. 
 
The events can include putting the shot, throwing the hammer, weight over the bar, tug of war, chucking the wellie and of course, tossing the caber. You might prefer having a go at the bagpipes, highland dancing or Haggis Hurling.
 
This is great fun for family gatherings, stag or hen groups or perhaps even a team away day.
 
We can make it as competitive as you like to bring out the Highlander in you!


Minimum age (non-family group):14
Minimum age (family group): 8
Participants per instructor : 12

Additional information: We have different sizes of equipment so that everyone can have a go e.g. cabers and shot puts
 
Activity Rating: 2pantss
We have potential venues at various locations across Scotland.  Please call us to let us know what your requirements are so we can advise on your nearest location.  Occasionally, we can even bring our equipment and hold an event for you at holiday accommodation premises.
We offer this activity on a bespoke basis, tailored to your group size, location and abilities. Please contact us diectly to discuss your requirements and confirm costs.
 
 
On confirmation of your booking we will send a booking confirmation document outlining all the details you require for the booking.
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