North East Adventure Tourism (NEAT) is a project with a clear vision to transform the region into a world-class destination for adventure tourism by facilitating the development of high quality, sustainable facilities and low carbon infrastructure.
We are delighted to have partnered with Pinkbike, one of the world leading online mountain bike platforms on a destination showcase article highlighting some of Aberdeenshires outstanding riding spots.
Cycle tourism in the north-east will shift up a gear with the launch of a new initiative that recognises ten of the regions most iconic ascents.
Aberdeen is set to host a major mountain bike conference this autumn as the region targets growth in the high-value adventure tourism market.
Building on an exciting few years of road cycling activity in the region and the NEAT ambition to raise awareness of Aberdeenshires wealth of adventure sports opportunities we were delighted to work with renowned platform Cycling Tips to show off just a snippet of the regions road riding scene.
In partnership with Opportunity North East and Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland we are delighted to have been able to support local adventure tourism providers with specialist training and support via the North East Economic Recovery and Skills (NEERSF) Fund.
Opportunity North East Secures £5 million Just Transition Funding for Industry Projects.
Antony De Heveningham from Singletrack magazine shares his experience and discovers what makes a thriving MTB destination.
Our Industry events are where the adventure tourism sector community comes together. They provide a setting to meet, learn, connect, collaborate, and grow.
Our cluster workshops bring those delivering in the adventure tourism sector together for bespoke training, insights and collaboration.
Tarland Trails Pittenderich project supports region’s ambition to be a leading adventure tourism destination.
Sustainability is at the heart of the NEAT project – working with industry experts we have conducted a baseline assessment to help inform our practices moving forward.
Earlier this year, the North East Adventure Tourism (NEAT) project was invited to Valposchiavo, Switzerland, to contribute to the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) Europe Summit 2023.
Join us as we bring together a range of adventure tourism stakeholders from Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire to review the past year and look ahead to 2024 with a touch of international insight.