Abernethy has four amazing Christian outdoor adventure centres in Scotland.
Each site is very different but all feature fabulous buildings set in stunning grounds.
Abernethy Ardeonaig has an enviable view down across Loch Tay and is surrounded by wild hillsides and farmland. Located on the south side of the Loch, Aberfeldy and the Ben Lawers estate are nearby.
Abernethy Ardgour is on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula on the rugged west coast, nestled between steep hillsides and the shore of Loch Linnhe with views to the Isle of Mull. Glencoe and the skiing and biking area of Nevis Range are within easy reach.
Abernethy Barcaple is near Castle Douglas and Kirkcudbright in the rolling Galloway hills and yet only 10 minutes from the Solway Firth. Four of the 7stanes mountain bike trail centres are convenient to the centre.
Abernethy Nethybridge is in the Spey Valley, part of the Cairngorm National Park. Loch Morlich, Aviemore and Cairngorm mountain are all close by.
Abernethy also runs a winter base in Villars, in the Vaud region of Alpine Switzerland. This picturesque location has great skiing and access to the Diablaret glacier. At only 90 minutes drive from Geneva, it is a great ski chalet.
The availability of activities at each Abernethy centre can vary. For a quick overview of what is available at each centre please view the table below. Detailed information about each activitiy can be found by visiting our Activities page.