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Where to Paddle

"Sometimes you find yourself in the middle of nowhere. Sometimes in the middle of nowhere you find yourself."

 
With so many options available to you for paddling in Scotland, you will be spolit for choice. This country is renowned for it's diverse range of wild places and what better way to explore than under paddle power.  There are places to go for all levels of experience whether you're new to paddling or a seasoned participant.
 
We've pulled together a few places that we like and think are worth consideration.  We hope these ideas help you plan a trip to remember.
 

Where to paddle your canoe

Where to paddle your sea kayak

Paddling venue map - some places our hire equipment has been in the past

Canoe map of Britain (takes you to an external website)

 
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Latest News

16-06-2015
New Spey campsite at Cromdale

For paddlers on the River Spey, there's a new campsite close to the river offering a handy place to stay in a quiet location, firewood for that all important campfire...

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23-02-2015
Our article in The Paddler ezine
Our article in The Paddler ezine

The latest Paddler ezine is now available, and we have had an article published in this edition, telling you all about a cracking canoe adventure in the north west of...

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11-08-2014
Canoe map of Britain
Canoe map of Britain

I've got one of these on my wall and think this is a great idea.   This is a high quality map of mainland Britain that shows the huge extent of canoeing...

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18-06-2014
Paddle Walking Scotland's Munros
Paddle Walking Scotland's Munros

New blog post: Have you considered Paddle-walking Munros in Scotland?   What's wonderful about so many of Scotland's mountains are their remoteness, however, this can often mean a long walk in and...

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03-02-2014
Project Wild Thing

This is such a great idea - let's hope it is a great success.   PROJECT WILD THING - official trailer from Green Lions on Vimeo.

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