A guide to Scotland’s best Lochs, adrenaline junkie water sports and refined sea experiences brought to you over 3 weeks and 3 blogs.

On the 21st April the Hello Scotland team, event partners Kingsfield Events, and friends from the tourism industry will take part in a Charity Challenge across Scotland’s canals for world water charity Just a Drop.

In honor of the event and to remind us how lucky we are to have an abundance of fresh water in Scotland, not only for survival but also for enjoyment, we’ve written a 3 part blog series detailing how ‘Scottish Waters’ can be utilized for fun and memorable corporate incentive activities.

Over the next 3 weeks you’ll hear from the blogging team about the following:

1. Scotland’s Best Lochs

There’s over 31,000 to choose from so Lisa will be narrowing it down to tell you about the most famous, the popular spots and some hidden gems.

2. Adrenaline Junkie Water Sports

Who better to share adrenaline fuelled experiences than our own extreme sports junkie Bill? Not for the faint hearted!

3. Refined Sea Experiences

The final blog, this time from Elaine, will feature some fantastic sailing experiences on the West Coast of Scotland.

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And if you’re interested, here’s more about the Canal Challenge…

Teams of 4 (2 cyclists & 2 canoeists) will take on the Forth & Clyde and Union Canals. The cyclists will ride 55 miles from Glasgow to Edinburgh and the Canoeists will join them for the final 15 miles from Linlithgow to Edinburgh.

The aim is to raise money for Just a Drop’s most essential water projects around the world. A child dies every 20 seconds from a water-borne disease and all it takes to provide a child with safe clean water for 10 years is £1.

You can help Hello Scotland support Just a Drop in saving lives by donating to our Canal Challenge fund. Simply text HSJD99 to 70070 to donate £5 or go online and donate at www.justgiving.com/The-Canal-Challenge

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