Kayaking in Scotland – Loch of Clunie
Loch of Clunie
Tay Country, Perthshire
Explore a true gem of Perthshire. Loch of Clunie also known as Clunie Loch is located between Dunkeld and Blairgowrie. This small but picturesque venue offers superb scenery, interesting wildlife experience and it’s full of amazing historic sites.
A great location to sit, relax and kayak.
On the guided tour with Outdoor Explore you will be shown the best parts of this loch. Several historic buildings, an island or two and plenty of stories are waiting for you here. On our previous trips here we did see the occasional osprey, red kites, kingfishers, beavers, herons and buzzards. The site is often visited by swimmers, canoeists, SUP users and fishermen. An interesting venue, worth exploring all year round. A great place to try night kayaking in the Autumn and winter months.
MEETING POINT ADDRESS
We will meet on the south eastern end of the loch. Take A923 between Blairgowrie and Dunkeld. Upon reaching the loch, youw ill see a white a sign ‘Clunie 1’ , take this road. It leads on the eastern shor of the loch. You will see us parked in one of the laybys available on the day.
No previous paddling experience necessary. Suitable for age 5+
WHAT TO BRING?
Warm clothes, no jeans, suitable for the weather, including shoes you don’t mind to get wet, that’s it. We will have dry bags available so you can carry spare hats, gloves, food, camera, drink and any medications safely with you.
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