Strathpeffer has several options for leisure activities.
Square Wheels Bike Hire
Address - Square Wheels, The Square, Strathpeffer
Contact - Square Wheels 01997 421000
Bike hire prices;
Full day £20
Half day £12
Groups, 1 free for every 6 hired
Multi day hires, 2 days £35, 3 days £50, 4 days £65, £5 per day thereafter.
Includes helmet, repair kit and maps.
Delivery by arrangement.
Scottish Golfing Experience
Welcome to the Home of Golf
Haven't you always wanted to play a round on a breathtaking Scottish golf course, discover Loch Ness, visit famous castles ans whisky distilleries or just stroll along one of the many glorious sandy beaches leaving every day life behind?
Make your dreams come true in th heart of th Highlands....
A golfing experience for the beginner, Brahan Golf Club will also present a challenge to the more advanced player. PGA Professional and owner Jon Wiggett looks forward to welcoming you and sharing a few tips and tricks about playing Scottish golf courses. With over 30 courses within an hours drive of Brahan Golf Club the possibilities for a week or twos golf are endless. You choose the course, we'll book the tee time.
Strathpeffer Croquet Club, an informal and friendly club, plays at the Ben Wyvis Hotel.
It offers free trial sessions at 14.00 on Sundays.
Club play is available on other days. Play when you want, as well as join in on club days.
Mackay's Hotel Leisure Centre - open to the public.
Strathpeffer’s specially commissioned multimedia tour matches unique technology with a unique destination and allows you to explore a wealth of information about our village in the Scottish Highlands.
Use our One Touch Tour guide to explore the present attractions of the village and treat yourself to a tantalizing glimpse of the past using modern rub-away technology.
Let Prudence and Archie accompany you on a leisurely tour as you discover just what Strathpeffer is famous for.
Search for Strathpeffer on your smartphone and download over WiFi.
Ross County Cricket Club is a small but thriving cricket club based in the grounds of Castle Leod Strathpeffer. They play cricket regularly in the summer months between April and September.
The first XI play in the North of Scotland Cricket Association’s Senior League (the Macallan North League), whilst The Second XI play in the NoSCA reserve league. RCCC also play in various cup competitions, including the National Village Cup , NoSCA KO Cup and Twenty-Twenty competitions.
Practice sessions in the nets, as well as Youth practice sessions, take place every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
Membership of the club is open to all for a modest £20 for adults £10 for Juniors.
Visitors to the club are always made welcome on match days.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The Bowling Club meet at the Community Centre from October to April for indoor bowling and then move to an outside area in the village during the summer months.
For more information on taking part, please contact:
Indoor Season: Sheila - 01997 421717
Outdoor Season: Liz - 01997 421551
A gardening group was the first of the Strathpeffer Initiative's projects to hit the ground when they took delivery of new planters, hanging baskets and benches.
Led by Karen Evans and Alison Munro, Strathpeffer Gardening Group - a band of hardy volunteers - braved the rain and cold to fill the planters and hanging baskets.
Said Karen, "It's been a long gestation period, getting the ideas from the community and then fundraising, but it's so good to see the planters and seats out in the Square - they really make a difference."
Strathpeffer Spa Golf Club was founded in 1888. One of the original course designers was "the grand old man of golf" Tom Morris of St Andrews. In more recent times Peter Allis has described the course as a jewel in the Highlands of Scotland.
The panoramic views down the Peffery valley to the Black Isle and from the upper end of the golf course, westward to the Fannich hills highlight the natural beauty of the Scottish countryside. It is arguably the most scenic golf course in the North of Scotland, a view regularly confirmed by visitors from around the world.
The club has regular opens, matches against other clubs and an active junior section. Visitors are very welcome and clubs can be hired.
Of course, when the grand shots have been played and the tricky putts holed one can reflect on them in the informal and friendly atmosphere of the clubhouse whilst enjoying traditional highland hospitality. The clubhouse has an excellent shop, a bar and food.
Contact: Club Office
Address: Golf Course Road, Strathpeffer, Ross-Shire, Scotland IV14 9AS
Telephone: 01997 421219 (Club) / 01997 421011 (Shop)
Strathpeffer Strollers is a walking group that meets weekly on Tuesdays. Gentle walks around the locality, usually between 1 or 1.5 miles long. No booking required, all walks start and finish at the Community Centre. Please bring suitable footwear and clothing. 10:00am - 11:00am
Contact: Steven Dovey
Telephone: 01997 423209
The Strathpuffer24 is an annual event that takes place every January.
The Strathpuffer started in 2005. It was meant to be a one off local event but somehow twelve years later we have a national event with a legendary status. It is one of the most challenging mountain bike events in the world and is a fantastic annual event in the midst of the Strathpeffer winter.
Over the years we have had every possible type of weather conditions - gales that blew away our marquee, iced roads, 2ft of snow the week before the event, temperatures down to minus 10 degrees, rain, hail and even sunshine... you get the picture but then if we insist on staging a 24 hour event in the Highlands of Scotland in the middle of winter what do we expect?
We now attract competitors from all over the world - probably because we were included in the US Bike magazines top 10 toughest Mountain Bike events on the planet - and we are widely recognised as the event every decent mountain biker needs on his palmares.
In 2009 we launched The Puffer Lite to give riders chance to enjoy the wonderful trails we have around here in summer conditions. The Lite is a far more chilled affair, being only a 12 hour sprint in conditions more conducive to cycling than those normally experienced in January. We have found that riders lap on average 10 mins quicker in the Puffer Lite than in the Strathpuffer.