Well, it’s been another great summer season of outdoor activities and a big thanks go to our clients for making it another fun packed season of madness from bonkers army groups canyoning to mad kids zipping with some great reviews on TripAdvisor which is a great reward for all our hard efforts we are currently sitting at No.1 for things to do in the Scottish Highlands and on and off in Scotland! Here’s a snippet of some of the reviews:-
Reviewed 28 October 2012
First of all – thank you tripadvisor; I chose G2 due to the reviews on the site. We had an excellent experience. The course consists of around 10 zip wires which increase in length and speed as you progress. You pass the longest ones on your way to the first one which can be a bit scary for anyone who is worried about the activity. Our guide, Sarah, was very good. She explained everything really well and was clearly focused on ensuring our safety. My wife didn’t like the look of it all, and almost pulled out at the start. Sarah encouraged her to at least do one. That was OK so she tried another. I couldn’t believe it when she ended up completing the course including the final 350 metre slide. It took around 2 hours to walk to and from the course and complete the slides. The scenery was stunning. My teenage kids absolutely loved it. At £100 for a family of 4, it felt like reasonable value for such a memorable experience. Make sure you take your camera to take pics and videos.
Reviewed 13 October 2012
Just spent the last 6 days putting groups of 5 or 6 guys from our company through the Canyoning Package. Nothing but praise from the 36 guys who took part in the Canyoning, everyone of them enjoyed their experience and would definetly use G2 in the future – maybe rafting next!
The Guys and Girl at G2 are very proffessional but have a great manner which relaxes everyone and allows you to enjoy your experience, without feeling too managed. They know their stuff and are genuine pleasent folk.
The equipment – wetsuits Bhouyancy aids harnessess etc are all excellent quality and are well maintained. The wet suits are good and thick complete with hood which keeps the cold at bay.
The Canyon location (Falls of Bruar in our case) is epic with plenty of jumps slides and drops to contend with – the big jump is pretty dam scary – man up pills may be required! its also very picturesque and has a good cafe for a brew and a pie at the end.
Conclusion – If you want a cracking time throwing yourself down a Beautiful Canyon and want pictures to prove it – book G2 (check G2 outdoor on Facebook)
Cheers for the awesome reviews