Saturday, 30 August 2014
Over the last week Hebridean Pursuits have been supporting and running the second The Duke of Edinburgh's Gold Award Coasteering Expedition. After they ran the first ever 3 years ago with GlenAlmond College the girls were keen to do the same and challenge themselves. 13 girls from Newstead Wood School in Kent achieved more than they ever expected to on this tough, demanding and unique journey along the coastline of The Ross of Mull. They covered 35k of swimming, climbing, scrambling, walking and navigating. The weather was amazing, Scotland at its best! The pictures say it all....
Monday, 11 August 2014
Hebridean Pursuits has had a very varied and busy week. We ran a Roses Project Adventure Activity course out at Tavool House on Mull. The weather was yet again amazing and the group all had a trip of a lifetime. Andy Spink level 5 surf coach, was coaching Surf Kayaking down at Machrihanish and was rewarded with fantastic waves and sunshine. A busy weekend
Monday, 4 August 2014
I was back in the water on Friday evening after returning from running a Roses Project residential on Mull. The evening was so beautiful that it was the obvious option! So Gill, Will and I headed to the cliffs and found warm rock, a small swell and views to die for. Hebridean Pursuits use this venue alot as it offers so much variety and excellent for all levels of experiences and ages.