This is your journey – your experience & adventure

Hire an open canoe, sea or river kayak, go for a local day paddle or head off on your own on a self-guided adventure

You are always guaranteed that there will be a valued experience to suit your needs …… and stories to tell.

There will be varying experiences, different landscapes & infinite, vast beauty all around – each day with constant change.

There are otters, osprey, porpoises, a wide variety of sea birds & water fowl out on the inland and sea lochs and endless coastal fringes.  It may rain – or not! You may paddle for miles or not! Sometimes we paddle for miles and sometimes we don’t! There can be no one fixed itinerary or experience out on the water – we always have our eye on the weather –  and this has to be respected so that folks have the opportunity to appreciate and soak up the vast, changing, beautiful landscape all around us – at whatever age or level.


Our knowledge & experience

For us to offer you the best experience & service we have to be active, experienced paddlers, with extensive local knowledge, with a high level of training & qualifications.

Our experience has shown our local knowledge and vast experience can add a great deal to your own paddling day out or multi day expedition. We are happy to share the knowledge gained over our countless paddling trips over the years. If you are booked to  hire from us please make use of this valuable resource.


This is our place with quite a special feel – a sense of place & being linked to the vast, rugged landscape – on and off the water!

It is really easy for us take our surroundings for granted – living and working where we do all year round. There so much on our doorsteps to share.

Loch Linnhe is a long, long tidal sea loch on the west coast of Scotland. A great place for stepping out from our doorstep to sheltered water and easily accessible from Glencoe and Fort William yet wild and beautiful.

The Loch has loads of places to begin a canoeing or sea kayaking day trip around Fort William, the Great Glen Canoe Trail, Glencoe, Ballachulish and a great place for a quick river or sea kayaking trip or inland loch paddle whilst touring the Highlands or staying locally.  The Loch also has stretches of pretty remote coastline with the western (Ardgour) side of Loch Linnhe very wild and beautiful with wonderful panoramas out to Glencoe with great opportunities to see the top of Ben Nevis from a canoe or sea kayak.