Scottish Trips and Expeditions 2018/2019
Our trips are all guided by experienced canoe coaches who will look after you very well. Their aims are to keep you safe, teach you some new skills and to give you a great holiday. Our menu allows for various diets and uses fresh ingredients to create delicious dinners. The price quoted will include all equipment hire, all food and daily instruction.
All trips can be arranged for other dates if you have your own group of 4 or more people
|Coast to Coast thro' the Great Glen||1 - 5 August : £795|
|Coast to Coast thro' the Great Glen||5 - 9 Sept : £795|
|River Spey Descent||14 - 17 Sept : £675|
|North West Highlands - Canoe & Climb||22 - 28 Sept : £1095|
|West Highlands, Moidart, Loch Shiel - Summit to Sea||On demand|
|River Tay Descent with B&B option||
|Great Glen Canoe Experience||1 - 5 May : £795|
|River Spey Descent||3 - 6 May : £675|
|North West Highlands - Canoe & Climb||11 - 17 May : £1095|
|Great Glen Canoe Experience||12 - 16 June : £795|
|River Spey Descent||28 June - 1 July : £675|
|Great Glen Canoe Experience||3 - 7 July : £795|
|River Spey Descent||12 - 15 July : £675|
|North West Highlands - Canoe & Climb||20 - 26 July : £1095|
|Great Glen Canoe Experience||31 July - 4 Aug : £795|
|North West Highlands - Canoe & Climb||3 - 9 Aug : £1095|
|River Spey Descent||9 - 12 Aug : £675|
|North West Highlands - Canoe & Climb||14 - 20 Sept : £1095|
If you would like further information on any of the trips listed above, please click on the trips below to access the information packs.
The Spey descent is the classic Scottish river descent.
This expedition, paddling from the west to the east coast of Scotland, uses short sections of the Caledonian Canal to link Lochs Lochy, Oich and Ness.
This adventure provides families with an opportunity to experience a canoe journey using most of the Caledonian Canal which links together a series of scottish lochs including the great Loch Ness.
This wilderness expedition combines hill walking with open canoeing.
This wilderness expedition combines hill walking with open canoeing on Loch Shiel and the sea around the Ardnamurchan penisula.
This is an opportunity to canoe the length of Scotland’s largest volume river, starting at the southern end of Loch Tay and staying in B & B accommodation en route.