Laggan Outdoor


IT WAS with a very heavy heart That we announced the closure of Laggan Outdoor on 1st November, 2020.

Laggan Activity Centre welcomed up to 20,000 visitors a year, launched Europe’s longest zip wire in 2012, the world’s largest human slingshot in 2015 and was crowned Scotland’s Best Outdoor Adventure Experience in the 2017 Scottish Thistle Awards.

In recent years, Laggan Outdoor diversified the customer experience from operating solely as an outdoor adventure activity centre, to offering boutique accommodation and a luxury wedding and conference venue, GG’s Yard, which has capacity for 300 guests.

Laggan Outdoor Activity Centre employ three full time and 14 part time staff and, where possible, staff will be offered alternative opportunities within the company.

As a natural progression to the business development, the beautiful, glass fronted restaurant – Gather – offering a great ‘foodie’ experience using fresh, locally sourced produce has been added to Laggan’s portfolio. With its stunning sea views and glorious sunsets, the new eaterie is expected to appeal to both locals and visitors from the UK and beyond.

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