10 exciting new experiences to try out in Scotland

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FROM zip-lining to footgolf, Scotland has some of the most unique and exciting experiences for thrill-seekers

Tick Tock Unlock - Glasgow

Tick Tock Unlock is a Glasgow based live escape game centred around 60 minutes of code breaking, puzzle cracking and clue finding designed to test every part of the brain. Take the challenge to beat the clock with friends, family, colleagues or classmates and see if you can escape the room before it’s too late.

Escape - Glasgow

Designed for 2-5 people, Escape Glasgow will see those brave enough to enter locked in a room for 60 minutes. In order to unlock the safe which contains the key to get out, a series of challenges must be undertaken.

Zorbing - Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Perth, Dundee and Inverness

Perfect for adrenaline junkies, zorbing involves a 12ft inflatable ball which the willing participants will be strapped into before, taking a tumble down a Scottish hillside.

Footgolf - Dunoon, Glasgow and Cumbernauld

Combining two of Scotland’s most loved sports, footgolf requires players to get the ball into the hole using only their feet in the fewest shots possible.

Nae Limits Adventure - Perthshire

Offering a selection of outdoor activities including adventure tubing with cliff jumping, river tummel white water rafting and canyoning, Nae Limits adventure is the perfect day out for anyone looking for an adrenaline rush.

Battlefield Live - Dundee

Battlefield live combines a realistic war zone and modern laser tag to create an exciting indoor experience. It is ideal for groups such as parties or team building events.

Hovercrafting at Craigluscar Activities - Dunfermline

Hovercrafts are just one of many activities available at Craigluscar and allow the thrill seeker to float on air, on land or on water. As the crafts don’t have any brakes, it is the ultimate test of manoeuvring skills.

Xtreme Karting - Edinburgh

Xtreme Karting allows customers to combine the need for speed and a bit of healthy competition on their highly commended track. Open to ages 8+, it can be a great day out for all the family.

Go Ape - Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Glentress Forest and Crathes Castle

Set in some of the country’s most scenic forests, Go Ape is an action packed tree top adventure. Not for the faint-hearted, apes are invited to swing from tree to tree using zip wires, some up to 400m long flying them 150 feet above ground and over a 90 foot waterfall.

Bubble Soccer - Various

Rethinking the classic game of soccer, bubble soccer requires players to submerge themselves in an inflatable bubble while attempting to bend the ball like Beckham.