Archey, Raasay, ScotlandThe traditional hunting skill of archery, the propulsion of an arrow with the use of a bow, whilst still used traditionally by some tribes and specialist hunters, is now primarily a recreational or competitive, Olympic activity.

At Raasay House we use flatbows a variation of the traditional European longbow. Starting out at range of 10 m we’ll teach you how to load the bow, how to fire correctly and how to aim for the gold.

Once you’ve mastered the basics we’ll put them to the test in an Olympic style competition.

• Duration: 1 hour

• Age Restriction: Over 5

• Maximum: 12 people

• Equipment Provided: Bow, arrows, target

• Price: £15 per person


crate climbing, RaasayA challenge combining heights, balance, concentration and team work.

Wearing a harness and a helmet you’ll be attached to a rope whilst, with the help of your team, attempting to build and climb the highest crate tower you can without losing your balance and seeing the tower fall down beneath you whilst you remain swinging high above.

Can you beat the current Raasay House record of 18 crates high?

• Duration: 1 hour

• Age Restriction: Over 5

• Equipment Provided: Harness, helmet, rope, crates

•Price: £15 per person




Isle of Raasay Calum’s Road Tour – South Arnish to Brochel Castle

Raasay, a Beautiful inner Hebridean Island, steeped in History, rich in wildlife and natural beauty.

After a stunning 20 minute ferry crossing from the Isle of Skye, you will be met by your guide at Raasay House – ancient seat of Clan Macleod.

After a short history tour of the house a mini bus will then take you to South Arnish to the end of Calum’s Road.  Calum MacLeod immortalised in Rodger Hutchinson’s Book Calum’s Road, and the Scottish National Theatres Play of the same name.  Calum single handedly built the road over ten years.  An act of vision, courage and endurance.

You can choose to walk the Mile and ¾ of the road or stay on the mini bus back to Brochel Castle, either way you will enjoy wonderful views and breathtaking seascapes – Across the Sea to Skye.

At the castle you will find somewhere to sit or explore the foreshore. Keep a look out for Seals, Sea Eagles and Otters and Porpoises.  It’s here the mini bus will be waiting for the walkers.

Its then Back to the house for lunch, or a self guided walk around North Bay and headland, or collect your Bicycle for the afternoons adventure …….or if you must, the next ferry back to Sconser.

Tours available:   Monday, Friday & Saturday (please call or email at least 1 day in advance to book)

Mini Bus Tour only – £27 per person

Mini Bus Tour and afternoon Cycle Hire – £39 per person