Living & Working At Our Scotland Adventure Resort
A stunning outdoor centre built into the picturesque Perthshire landscape, this resort is situated in almost 60 acres of Perthshire forest, with stunning views over the Grampian Mountains and Tay Valley. Behind the 18th century Scottish Manor House the Craigvinean Forest, there's an outdoor activity paradise.
- Great for: Mountain biking, walking, paddling (River Tay and a plenty of Lochs!), ski fields just an hour away and climbing (there are two great climbing crags just a ten minute drive away)
- Season: February – November
- Number of guests: 440 (7-16 year olds, schools, families, youth groups and uniform groups)
- Number of staff: 100
- Accommodation style: Shared rooms located either within the manor house or in a nearby staff block
Although the centre gives the illusion of being in the middle of the outdoors there are a number of nearby towns, and Edinburgh and Glasgow are just over an hour away. The tranquil peacefulness of this beautiful centre is only disturbed by the buzz of The Working Holiday Club™ and the sounds of The Working Holiday Club™ guests and staff having the time of their lives.
- Abseiling, Archery, Canoeing, Catwalk, Challenge Course, Climbing, Fencing, Forest Hike, Giant Swing, History Trail, Jacob’s, Ladder, Mountain Biking, Nature Trail, Orienteering, Problem Solving, Quad Biking, Raft Building, Rifle Shooting, Sensory Trail, Sequoia Scramble, Survivor Team Games, Trapeze, Tree Climb, Vertical Challenge, Zip-Line
- Down the road from the resort you will find Dunkeld, a town with a number of unique shops, bars and restaurants.
- Dunkeld also has banks, a Post Office and a supermarket – everything you need for day-to-day life, as well as deep fried chocolate.
- For those things that you can't find in Dunkeld, there's Perth, just 18 miles away. Perth has everything you would expect from a city, including a cinema, bars, clubs, restaurants and shops.
- There is also the Dewars Centre, where you skate and bowl or even try out curling.
- The local area also provides some wonderful outdoor opportunities, like paddling on the River Tay, and two great climbing crags just a ten minute drive away.