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Solitude and exploring
Go paddling on lakes and the sea and view the outdoors from a wholly different perspective. Be awed by the beauty. Catch the tide and the breeze. Land on unspoilt and pristine beaches. Feel the quiet and relaxation. Sea kayaking is one of the fastest growing leisure sports in the UK and as a way to leave work behind, this is entirely understandable.
You might paddle into a remote place, camp and then walk a mountain. We work with other guides to get the very best from sea kayaking.
- Go to Erraaid on Mull-a jewel to paddle and also for some climbing. From Glasgow, a short journey via Oban including a ferry crossing.
- A train to Llandudno takes you to superb sea kayaking territory on the North Wales coast and Angelsey.
- Take your group on a multi-activity trip. By sleeper to Fort William.Wake up to the stunning scenery. Kayak from Mallaig along the sheltered waters of Loch Morar, cross to Loch Nevis into remote Knoydart and climb Ladhar Bheinn. Time to stop in The Old Forge, Inverie the most remote pub in Britain.