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UPFRONT RAASAY HOSTEL RAASAY – GROUP HIRE


Are you a member of a photography club, a geological interest group or just looking for a very special get-away- from-it-all retreat? Our Raasay Youth Hostel, which has


a total capacity of 20, is available for exclusive hire (RentaHostel) in 2012 on selected dates at rates starting from only £145 per night. Raasay has some of the most


stunning views to Skye and the mainland and a huge variety in landscapes considering its small size. Tere are places of geological interest and it is an island steeped in history just waiting to be explored. Contact us for more information or


to book an exclusive island hostel hire, available in May and September (minimum two nights stay required). Private hire may be available in other


months as well, please contact us to discuss your requirements.


Call our Reservations team on 0845 293 73 73, email reservations@syha. org.uk or skyegroupmanager@syha. org.uk, or visit our webpage at www.hostellingscotland.com


Rassay Youth Hostel


ADVENTURE TUBING WITH THE AVIEMORE HOSTEL TEAM


DAY OUT


John and Chris from Full on Adventures were kind enough to invite the Aviemore Hostel team onto the River Feshie for an afternoon of adventure tubing. Te activity involves sitting on a large inner tube with handles and then getting washed down the river and its many rapids. Once the Aviemore Hostel team got over the initial shock of what they were going to do, it turned out to be great fun. After a safety talk and some fun in a quiet section of the river, they were off!


A big thanks to John and Chris at Full on Adventure. Check out their many activities on their website at www.fullonadventure.co.uk


Perfect place for spotting wildlife RAASAY HOSTEL


Raasay Youth Hostel, which sits in a stunning setting on the Isle of Raasay, is a short ferry crossing away from the Isle of Skye. Raasay is a nature conservation


area of extreme importance for bird watchers, botanists, geologists and archaeologists. Keep an eye out for otters, seals, porpoises,


red deer and golden eagles. Walkers and cyclists enjoy


unrestricted roads and paths all over the island. Also worth a visit are Brochel Castle and the Raasay Outdoor Activity Centre. For those who want to really find out about the history of this island, be sure to ask a local about ‘Calum’s Road’.


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