Russell Zenthon tel: 07833 462 707 email:

20 Union Road, Inverness, IV2 3JY

Kushi Adventures

Hill Walking and Mountaineering Weekends and Activities in Inverness, Scotland

instructor russell reading mapWhether you‘re a walking enthusiast looking for a qualified mountain leader to take you to some of the most spectacular peaks and views of the Highlands, or you simply want a low level forest walk, Kushi Adventures can do it all. We are also happy to combine walking with another activity like climbing or canoeing for a multi activity adventure.

Walks For All

If you are a visitor to the area and want to get out of the towns and see the natural landscape or, if you live here and have never really had the chance to explore here’s the perfect chance to get out and experience “Kushi” in the north of Scotland.

Kushi will tailor make walking trips to suit you. If you tell us you want to climb mountains we shall help you hit the peaks. If you want to camp in the hills we shall provide the tents and the know how. If you want an easy walk with some nice viewpoints through forests we can take you there. If you want riverside walks or to see waterfalls and wild flowers we can point them out along the way. At Kushi we don’t tell you want you want to do we ask you what you’d like to do – then we do our very best to make it possible.

For Example …

The Highlands are famous for their natural beauty. Take to the famous Cairngorms to see the land formations left by the ice when it finally retreated 10,000 thousand years ago. Many of the corries hold snow all year round while the Lairig Ghru is one of the most spectacular U shaped valleys in the country. You may even see the Cairngorm reindeer herd grazing wild on the hillside.

Why not take an easy low level stroll through Glenmore forest up to Ryvoan Bothy. Pass the unique and enchanting green loch situated at the bottom of spectacular scree slopes. Great for a paddle in the summer or skimming stones across on the ice when it freezes in the winter, and not too far for children. You then have the option of climbing up to Meall a’ Bhuachaille, which starts with a steep accent, overlooking the Green Loch and opposite the Cairngorms. It then gets more gentle towards the summit where there is a large wall cairn- perfect for shelter on windy days.

Perhaps you’d prefer an easy stroll around the forests of the ancient spa village of Strathpeffer, which lies in the folds of Ben Wyvis, at the point where the valley of the Peffery meets Ulladale. In past times it attracted the very wealthy from miles around to drink from the spa in order to benefit from the recuperative powers of the waters. The legacy of these earlier times is the magnificent array of individually designed buildings that are a joy to anyone interested in architecture and history. Behind the village sits Knockfarrel- an elongated ridge that provides fantastic views of the valley below. The gushing water at Rogie Falls lies just three miles from the village, and is a favourite beauty spot, which can be combined into a day trip.


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