• £690 Places Available

    The Summer Isles are a collection of small islands on the Assynt coast. To the west is the Minch and to the east a sky line dominated by giants. Suilven and Stac Pollaidh are a photographers dream. This trip starts with a night at basecamp before we head out for our 4 night expedition. The Summer Isles is the ideal place to exped for the first time.

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    Caves, arches and stacks. Loch Bracadale is a sea kayaker's playground. Hop from cave to cave in this spectacular location dominated by the high cliffs on either side and the Black Cuillin to the east. This is a similar trip to the Summer Isles, however requires a little experience due to the longer crossings, exposed coast line and in some places, the...

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  • £810 Places Available

    The Outer Hebrides are like no where else. From miles of golden sand to miles of uninterrupted cliffs, Lewis, Harris, the Uists and Barra have it all. We plan to base camp at a serviced camp site but if the weather is right we'll head out on expedition for a few nights. The remoteness and timeless feel of the "Islands on the Edge" create a superb kayaking...

    £810
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  • £95 Places Available

    Oban and the surrounding area offers some of Scotland’s best and most accessible sea kayaking. From the docile bays in Loch Etive and the Sound of Shuna to the exposed west coast of Seil and the Cuan Sound, there are plenty of options no matter the weather.

    £95
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  • £180 Places Available

    On this 2 day course we will use the rugged east coast to introduce you to the fundamentals of rough water sea kayaking. We'll cover things like launching and landing in surf, rock hopping and navigating rough headlands and narrow corridors. In a very controlled environment you will learn how to maneuver your boat quickly and efficiently using simple...

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  • £95 Places Available

    The beaches, cliffs and open water of the north east coast make for a great day on the water. This trip is aimed at people with a little experience. We plan to paddle around 10 km, along the Moray coast. Somedays we launch at Fort George, heading over towards Chanonray Point which is famous for it’s resident pod of Bottlenose Dolphins.

    £95
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    Quaint villages, ancient harbours and a thriving Grey Seal community. Fife's coast line is dotted with tiny towns and equally tiny harbours. The start point varies for this trip, taking weather conditions, group needs and time of year into consideration.

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  • £95 Places Available

    We set off from the picturesque harbour in Stonehaven. This is a trip aimed at beginners. We’ll spend the morning in the harbour developing basic skills like forwards paddling, turning and using our edges. The afternoon offers the opportunity to head out of the harbour and go for a short journey exploring some of the caves and spectacular rock features...

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  • £620 In Stock

    This 4 day, 3 night trip is based just south of Stonehaven. We'll explore the coast line north and south, discovering hidden caves, deep fissures in the rock and perhaps a surf at the beach in Stonehaven. We run 2 trips here per year, both in the spring giving us the best chance to see the thousands of nesting birds that call the cliffs here home for a...

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  • £85 Places Available

    Perthshire is idyllic, central and offers ample calm water which really lends itself to learning to kayak. Our one day trip here will give you the basics. You’ll learn how to paddle efficiently, how to carefully maneuver your boat and we’ll go on a wee journey taking in the breathtaking landscape and plethora of inland wildlife including Ospreys, Herons...

    £85
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  • £210 Places Available

    This 2 day course takes place in Aberfeldy and makes use of Loch Tay. We have designed an innovative and unique method for teaching rolling. We use a combination of flat water skills and pool time to consolidate the fundamentals needed to learn to roll. Our day typically starts at 0900 and finishes by 1700.

    £210
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