Guided Canoe trip on Loch Maree
As you can see from the photo above Loch Maree is of sheer beauty, the longest freshwater loch in Scotland that hasn't been impacted by us, humans. It has a total of 66 islands to explore and if we're lucky we might see the nesting sea eagles.
Day 1 Beinn Eighe Car Park - Letterewe
Starting off in the car park near Beinn Eighe, we check kit, cover safety procedures then get on the water and run through some basic skills to build confidence. We then set off NW past the foothills of the majestic Munro of Slioch down towards Letterewe where we will be camping for the night.
Day 2 Lettewewe - Poolewe
We get packed up and get on the water to paddle down past some of the 66 islands where we can stop and check out Isle Maree where legend has it if you had insanity problem you would be taken out to the loch by the priest and bathed in the water for an immediate cure! Off we go in the boats again hopefully spotting the rare black-throated divers and maybe even the white-tailed sea eagle!
From £210 per adult
May — September
- Small Group (1-16)
- Outdoor Activities
From £210 Per Adult
Prices are subject to change depending on season
Tour company information
Scottish Rock & Water
Scottish Rock & Water provide world class experiences throughout Scotland from every vantage point, land, water and winter. We believe that this gives you a great range of options to truly experience Scotland at its best, whether that be multi-day walks with accommodation or wild camping under the clear night skies in the heart of the mountains. Your Scottish adventure awaits!
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