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Acharn has a large waterfall abseil of around 25 metres with plenty of ropework, climbing, technical jumps, natural slides and lots of swims.
For those looking for the next level up from the Keltneyburn Falls canyon, we have the Acharn Falls Canyon! This canyon finishes at a 25m waterfall abseil. This canyon is great fun with plenty of ropework, climbing, technical jumps, natural slides and lots of swims. Located above Loch Tay on a short drive from our HQ in Aberfeldy.
At Splash we have the experience and expertise, we have been Canyoning in Scotland for almost 20 years, we have introduced over 10,000 clients to this exciting, fun and fast-growing adventure sport. What is Canyoning? Canyoning is a mixture of jumping, swimming, walking and even abseiling down a Canyon and or River. This is a unique activity that sees you work with our highly trained canyoning guides to descend through a steep gorge or canyon with the flow of water. We only use experienced canyon guides on our canyoning trips. At times throughout the canyoning trip, you will get the chance to jump (from five foot to twenty foot), scramble and swim in amazing natural beauty. Adrenaline will flow and excitement will be had.
On every Canyoning trip, we include all equipment required which includes wetsuit, neoprene jacket helmets and harness. Transport from our base on and off the river/canyon.
You will be provided with everything you need to Canyon safely. However we do ask you to bring an old pair of shoes to wear on the river (These will get wet), and your swimwear for underneath your wetsuit. Optional – a non-cotton T-shirt (synthetic materials are best ) for under your wetsuit. Depending on the time of the year warm clothing for before and after your trip.