Scotland is packed with mountains, and many of the rivers are fed by meltwater as snow melts on nearby peaks in spring and runs down into the Scottish water ways, raising water levels and increasing the intensity of already awesome rapids. The other thing Scotland is blessed with is plenty of rain which also helps to ramp up those rivers and melts the snow even faster. Coupled with dam releases this means that Scotland can offer pretty much a year round white water, making it one of the most dependable places to go white water rafting in the UK.
With massive unspoiled areas of countryside like the Cairngorms National Park and the Scottish Highlands, white water rafting in Scotland is also a feast for the eyes, with tall stands of pine, dramatic mountains and lush rolling hills surrounding you as you travel.
So what are you waiting for? Grab an oar and get stuck in to some top notch white water rafting in Scotland!