Loch Maree – A kayak on Loch Maree and around its islands is a wonderful experience. Relict Caledonian pine forest, potential views of black throated divers, white tailed eagles.
Isle Maol Rubha, Isle Maree, has the remains of a chapel, graveyard, holy well, and holy tree on it, believed to be an 8th century hermitage. Isle Maree also attracted the sick and the insane, who drank from its holy well and plunged into the loch three times in the hope of a cure. The same island also contains ancient stands of oak and holly which have been linked with ancient Scottish druids.
A major feature of the Loch is the large number of islands which it holds,the larger contain pristine remnants of ancient Caledonian Pinewood. Some of these Scots Pine trees are over 350 years old, and stand on ground which has changed little in the last 8000 years.
We provide all the equipment you need including canoes, buoyancy aids and paddles. All you need to bring is some lunch and a sense of adventure.
Our guides know the waters well enough to avoid challenging paddling, we are looking for you to relax and enjoy the scenery and beauty of the area. An ideal break for a day from the NC500.
Paddling on Loch Maree is weather dependent.
We regularly spot sea eagles and divers on our canoe trips too.
Dates by arrangement – call us on 07787 526299 or 01445 771006. Email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-requisites – A sense of adventure
What’s included – Hire of technical equipment such canoes, paddles and buoyancy aids. Experienced paddle guide with excellent wildlife and local information.
Can’t find what you are looking for?Fancy doing something different then please feel free to drop us a line or give us a call and we will happily organise a tailored made to suit your needs.