Islands, beaches and ancient heritage. Scotland's west coast is unrivaled in diversity of landscape, wildlife and geology. Our trips take us to some of the furthest corners of the west coast including Barra, Mull and the far north west.
Eastern gems include Stonehaven and the East Neuk of Fife. From imposing cliffs to quiet fishing towns, the east coast is breathtaking and offers the chance of kayaking in rougher water and getting a taste for surf.
On one of our day trips you will get a taste for exploring by sea kayak and you'll learn basic skills or improve on existing skills. We run trips on the east coast and west coast as well as some of our intro courses that are based on Loch Tay and Loch Faskally.
These trips run from a base, sometimes a hostel, campsite, hotel or self catering accommodation. We select an option which best suits the location and the feel we want from a trip. If wild camping is not your thing but longer trips are what you're after, then a trip with accommodation is perfect. All of our accommodated trips are fully catered with an imaginative and delicious menu.
Our skills courses include training and assessment in BCU star awards, introduction to sea kayaking, introduction to rough water and our rolling clinic. Our rolling clinic is like no other, offering a fresh approach to an ancient skill.
Expedition kayaking is the ultimate way to experience the more remote areas of Scotland. We run everything from 2 day trips to 6 day trips on linear and circular routes all on the West coast as far afield as the Outer Hebrides. All of our expedition trips are fully catered using a delicious menu and when possible we'll forage and fish to add fresh seafood to the menu.