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Outdoor pursuits and adventure guide.

The Outer Hebrides offers a superb range of outdoor activities including surfing, kite surfing, hill walking, mountaineering, fishing, climbing, and much more, which take advantage of its rugged terrain, beaches, and weather. Below are a selection of companies and links that offer many different options for the keen outdoors person

Surfing – Kiting – Kayaking Outer Hebrides

There are some good surf beaches on the Isle of Lewis and they are never crowded, most Lewis beaches you will have to yourself, summer or winter! A word of caution, a lot of the beaches are affected by strong rips, please check the surf forecasts, or ask locally before taking to the waves. Get the Surf Forecast Here Adventure Hebrides –  Kayaking, Canoeing, Sailing, Surfing, Kiting, Climbing, Wildlife, Hill walking and more. Explore our site to unlock your adventure. Stornoway Canoe Club – Flickr gallery Canoe Hebrides are the leading sea kayak guiding operators in the Hebrides. “Our local guides have a wealth of knowledge on the coastline and wildlife of the area and can be relied on to make your trip special.”

Mountain Biking – Cycling Outer Hebrides

With rough sheep tracks and peat roads, the island is ideal for mountain biking, there is no end of places to cycle. If you just wish a gentle mode of transport and don’t mind the hills then cycles can be hired from

Bike Hebrides
AD Cycle Centre

Golf – Lewis, and Harris

Scarista Golf Course
Stornoway Golf Club

Fishing Outer Hebrides

Salmon and Trout fishing in the Hebrides is rated amongst the best Scotland has to offer, why not give it a go? The Gress and Coll rivers are close to Surf View and ideal for Salmon and Trout fishing.  Permits are needed for some, but not all rivers, so please check before you go. Did you know you can fish for Tuna in the Western Isles?  Check out Kilda Cruises for details.
Stornoway Sea Angling Club (SAC)
Stornoway Angling Association
Uig Lodge 
Local guide to Loch Fishing 
Fish Hebrides
Salmon and Trout Fishing – Isle of Lewis
Fish Pal Hebrides

Wildlife and Bird watching the Outer Hebrides
Photography Outer Hebrides

The Outer Hebrides with its spectacular landscapes and seascapes, dramatic sunsets and ancient architecture is never short on vistas to photograph, but if you fancy doing something a little different?  Some of the sporting estates on the island offer ‘Stalking’ at certain times of the year, shooting wildlife photographs!  With all the adventure of a hunt, but a happy ending for both animal and hopeful photographer with a ‘shot’ of a lifetime. Check with the various Estates for further details.

Western Isles Wildlife

Hill walking the Outer Hebrides

It sounds too easy, just open the door and go!  But for the dedicated walker who wishes to plan a route and take advantage of some of the spectacular walks the islands have to offer publications are available for the Western Isles: the handy little Hallewell pocket guide has 34 walks of varying difficulty; Mary Welsh’s Walking The Western Isles (Clan Walk Guides) describes 40 walks with only a small amount of duplication, and there’s a leaflet guide to The Harris Walkway from Bill Lawson Publications. All are available at the Tourist Information Centres and various craft and tourist shops throughout the islands.