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Activities

Golfing

Dragons Tooth

The dragons tooth golf course is a 20 minute drive 

  • Golfers of all abilities find a real welcome – first time golfers, complete amateurs and “early adopters” are as “at home” here as seasoned experts

  • Passion, care and investment has created superb playing conditions (and it’s getting better all the time!)

  • Charges are low, so it doesn’t cost much to play

  • glencoeactivities.com/

Climbing

Oban Golf Club 

The Glencruitten based club is a 20 minute drive 

  • Glencruitten is a hilly parkland course with most of the holes playing to an elevated green or from an elevated tee, offering, even the most competent golfer, a real challenge together with an enjoyable and memorable experience.

  • Flora and fauna abound on the course and in the spring and early summer it's a splash of colour with the pale-blue iridescence of the harebells and the violent patches of yellow of the whins.

  • http://obangolf.com/

Kinlochleven Ice Factor

The ice factor is a 30 minute drive from the park. It offers indoor wall climbing and one of the worlds largest and most comprehensive ice climbing walls. 

"If you want to try rock climbing in Scotland then make sure Ice Factor is your first stop. Our rock walls were designed following extensive consultation with the Mountaineering Council, a number of guides, instructors and mountain rescue teams."

https://www.ice-factor.co.uk/

Fishing

Loch Creran

Various fish can be found in Loch Creran including dogfish, thornbacks(to 8lb), Pollock(to 9lb) and gurnards.

Argyll

Argyll offers the angler all forms of fishing in a wide variety of different settings, from sea fishing for tope, pollack, skate and mackerel; fly fishing for salmon and trout; highland lochs for brown trout; to fishing for rainbow trout in stocked fisheries.