Ardentinny Centre is a registered charity which provides outdoor learning to schools, using the outdoors to help children with their personal development.
Situated in the village of Ardentinny, on the shores of Loch Long in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, the centre can accommodate groups of up to 120 young people aged eight and above in a purpose-built centre.
Developed specifically to meet the needs of schools looking for quality outdoor education, Ardentinny Centre offers residential visits combined with a wide range of outdoor activities and opportunities to learn, develop and grow.
The Centre specialises in residential outdoor education for primary and secondary schools, but also offers its services to any other group that wants to enjoy and experience the benefits of being outside and challenging their own limits.
Activities on offer include canoeing, abseiling, rock climbing, hill walking, coasteering, archery and mountain biking – all structured to help build young people’s confidence and help them realise their potential.
For more information, contact:
Ardentinny Outdoor Education Centre