Kayaking in Scotland – Loch Tay, Killin

Loch Tay, Killin

Tay Country, Stirling

 

Let’s explore the west end of the loch. Located near the picturasque village of Killin with plenty of stories coming from the ancient times to the vistorian era of early tourism in Scotland. Visit places which you simply couldn’t access on foot or on a bicycle.

Listen to fascinationg stories about the wildlife and history of this region. A novice friendly location, suitable to explore all year round. You can extend the tour to a full day or evena multi day trip and slowly travel towards Kenmore (or beyond) and experience wild camping.

PADDLING TYPE

Touring

MEETING POINT ADDRESS

A small forest car part on the Pier Road. Drive through the Killin village towards Kenmore on the A827. On your right flook out for the signs ‘cementary’ which is the Pier Road. Drive it until you will see a wooden and metal gates at the edge of the small parking spot, next to the edge of the loch.

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REQUIREMENTS

Some kayaking experience necessary. Suitable for age 5+

DIFFICULTY

Easy/Moderate

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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