Bettyhill is a village in the Highlands, which is located on the north coast of Scotland. One of the principal attractions of Bettyhill is the expanse of Torrisdale Bay, a sheltered, sandy bay in the middle of nowhere. Torrisdale Bay is a small jewel of undiscovered Scotland that only few can enjoy.
While weather conditions may keep you away from a natural setting in order to practice rock climbing, Aberdeen city gives you the possibility to lose no time and practice your favorite sport indoors, before hitting a natural rock climbing spot anywhere in the wider surrounding area.
Scotland's largest ski resort is based in Aberdeenshire. Glenshee Ski Center covers 790 ha/7.9 km² and with its 22 lifts and 36 runs, it's the UK's largest snow-sports resort. Mountains’ altitude can reach up to 1245 m/4084 ft, so expect to find rough conditions with quite a few black runs.
Torrisdale bay represents an isolated diamond spot, located in Northern Scotland. The bay combines water-sport activity like windsurfing with sight seeing in the magnificent highlands. Always prepare yourself for rough weather conditions.