Get to grips with a truly innovative mode of transport on a Segway safari in Loch Lomond, Scotland. This environmentally friendly mode of transport allows the rider to manipulate controls using body movement, creating a feeling of control at all times. Kick off with a safety briefing and vehicle tuition, before learning how to ride the Segway. After getting used to the controls, head out on a safari along a natural trail, taking in the beautiful sights of Loch Lomond. By the end of the session, controlling the Segway is sure to become second nature.
Minimum age is 10; under 16's must be accompanied by a participating adult. Minimum weight 7st 2lb. No previous experience required. Hay fever sufferers please note: the pollen count round the course can get very high in summer.
The weather should not affect this experience, but any cancellations are made with safety in mind. Please call the venue if in any doubt.
The hour long experience includes approximately 45 minutes on the Segway, plus safety briefing.
Numbers on the Day
A maximum of four participants per instructor take part.
Spectators are welcome, but should be aware they won't get to see much of the action.
Dress for the outdoors. Wrap up warm if it's cold. Protective clothing and a helmet is provided, but please wear old clothes as it will get muddy (especially boots), and bring a change of clothes for the journey home.
Segways are eco-friendly as they have zero emissions. Each vehicle runs for up to 24 miles on 14p of electricity.