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  • Canadian (open) canoeing in Glen Affric, Highlands
    Canadian (open) canoeing in Glen Affric, Highlands
  • Canoeists paddle on Loch Tay at Kenmore, Perthshire
    Canoeists paddle on Loch Tay at Kenmore, Perthshire
  • Two canoeists paddle on Loch Morlich in Glenmore Forest Park, part of the Cairngorms National Park, Highlands
    Canoeing on Loch Morlich in Glenmore Forest Park, part of the Cairngorms National Park, Highlands

With over 800 islands, beautiful sea lochs and white water rivers, Scotland is one of the best locations in the world for canoeing. Whether you prefer a solitary paddle or canoeing with friends or family, there are plenty opportunities to take to the water.

It is an ideal way to explore Scotland’s stunning scenery and discover amazing wildlife as you paddle along at your own pace. Many activity centres across the country offer canoeing trips for all ages and abilities. You can choose from a few hours paddling in the water, or extend this to multi-day trips to remote lochs where you will discover Scotland’s true wilderness.

Elie Watersports in Fife gives beginners an excellent chance to get to grips with canoeing on the calm waters of the sheltered bay. The more experienced canoeist can venture further out from the bay for more of a challenge.

Over on the west coast, explore the beautiful Outer Hebrides by canoe and enjoy a guided canoe tour from companies including Harris Outdoor Adventure. Other popular locations which are ideal for canoeing include the rivers Tay and Spey, as well as Loch Lomond and Loch Earn. Loch Morlich Watersports near Aviemore also offers a range of courses in canoeing and several other watersports.

The Great Glen Coe Trail which is the first of its kind in Scotland, is a 60 mile stretch of the Caledonian Canal running from Fort William to Inverness and should not be missed. For more information, download the trail map.

There are also a range of caneoing courses available via the Scottish Canoe Association.

Browse the listings below to find more canoeing in Scotland.

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  1. Venturing Out

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    Multi-activity Centre

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    East Lothian

    If you are holidaying in the Lothian’s and are looking for fun activities for all the family then you may wish to try kayaking, canoeing, sea kayaking, mountain biking, trail cycling, rock climbing, abseiling, bushcraft or hill walking.

  2. Snowgoose Mountain Centre

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    Multi-activity Centre

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    Fort William

    Snowgoose Mountain Centre based near the foot of Ben Nevis, in the West Highlands offers mountain and paddlesports holidays, instruction & guiding, along with canoe, kayak and mountain bike hire as well as half and full day activities.

  3. Skye Activities

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    Multi-activity Centre

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    Uig

    Join Skye Activities for boat trips including whale spotting and fishing trips, waterskiing and mountain bike hire.

  4. Gulabin Lodge Outdoor Centre

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    Multi-activity Centre

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    Blairgowrie and East Perthshire

    Welcome to Gulabin Lodge Outdoor Centre

  5. Wild By Nature

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    Multi-activity Centre

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    Loch Lomond Area

    Wild by Nature provide a range of Eco Adventure experiences, expeditions and events. We provide a range of hands on, eco aware, fun safari style adventure experiences.

  6. Venture Mhor

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    Munro Walks

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    Applecross

    Welcome to Venture Mhor

  7. Gradings

    Lochgoilhead

    Paddling Together Whatever The Weather Come aboard our 26 ft long Voyageur canoe and paddle on Loch Goil, experience the breath-taking scenery of Argyll from the water. Paddling together as crew making it a suitable activity for all to enjoy.

  8. Boots N Paddles

    Type

    Multi-activity Centre

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    Muir of Ord

    Boots N Paddles is a mobile outdoor adventure activity company offering fun days out and amazing outdoor experiences across Scotland.

  9. Craobh Haven Watersports

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    Sailing Schools

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    Lochgilphead

    Craobh Haven Watersports is a small family run business based in Argyll, offering high quality watersports activities.

  10. Sea Kayak Argyll

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    Kayaking

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    Dunoon

    Sea Kayak Argyll offers sea kayak journeys and coaching around the Clyde, Cowal Penninsula and magical Isle of Bute. In addition, we can provide Mountain Leaders, Mountain Bike Leaders, Rock Climbing, Canoe coaching and 1st Aid Instruction.

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