Kayaking in Scotland – River Earn, Bridge of Earn

River Earn, Bridge of Earn

Tay Country, Perthshire

 

This is a tidal section of the River Earn so plan your trip accordingly. Starting from the Bridge of Earn we will take this meandiring river until it joins the River Tay. From there most of the time we travel down to Newburgh but if the tides are well calculated we can arrange a trip and go back to Perth City.

Often beavers, kingfishers and herons are seen here. Occasionally seals, otters and ospreys as well.

PADDLING TYPE

Sea/Touring

MEETING POINT ADDRESS

Meet us at the finish point; Newburgh, Fife. Once reaching this town from Bridge of Earn direction, take a left road, West Port, all the way to the waterfront. You will find there a slipway and ample parking

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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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