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Kayaking on the Crinan Canal
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Every year nearly 2,000 boats make the journey along the nine miles of the historic Crinan Canal, which links Ard

Woman running Kintyre Way Ultra
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An ultramarathon is any race longer than the classic marathon distance of 26.2 miles. It’s a fast-growing sport, with more and more runners catching the ultra bug.

Beach on Coll with blue sky
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Spring is a fantastic time of year to visit Argyll’s islands. The days are long, the weather’s often good and there’s flora and fauna aplenty.

Surfing on Tiree
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Teenagers can be hard to please. Mention that this year’s family holiday is on a remote Scottish island far out in the Atlantic and the reaction might be a slow eye roll.

Tiree Ultra Marathon on beach
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The Hebridean island of Tiree is a magnet for people who love getting active in the great outdoors. Runners flock here for some of the best running events in Scotland. Tiree plays host to a 10K, Half Marathon and Ultra Marathon. So, whatever your level of fitness and ability, there’s a running race for you on Tiree - as long as you’re lucky enough to bag yourself a place!

Tiree Half Marathon & 10K
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If you want to challenge yourself and visit some of Scotland’s most beautiful islands, then an island road race is for you.

Starry sky above Coll
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The remote Hebridean island of Coll is one of the best places in Scotland to watch the night sky.

Runners in Kyles 10 Miles
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If your New Year's resolution is to get fit, spend more time outdoors or simply try something new, then Argyll & The Isles is the place to do it.

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