Canoeing & Kayaking

The Loch Lomond National Park has a wide variety of paddling opportunities from open water on the many lochs, to meandering rivers such as the Endrick, Balvaig and Forth. For the experienced paddler there are more challenging rapids and falls on Rivers Falloch, Leny and Dochart.

Loch Lubnaig, just south of Strathyre, is an excellent choice for watersport enthusiasts, being open all year to non-motorised water activities. For canoeing and kayaking, its sheltered position makes it ideal for learners. High winds are rarely a problem so it’s perfect for open canoeing and for savouring the tranquillity of one of the Park’s most beautiful lochs.

The spectacular waters of Loch Lomond are a fantastic resource for canoeing and kayaking. Loch Lomond is the largest body of freshwater in mainland Britain, so there is plenty of room to paddle about!

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From The Owner

"Having established the craft workshops and environmental education centre at West Moss-side it was my dream to be able to offer facilities to provide a total experience of this wonderful place.

Trossachs Yurts is the realisation of this dream; come and visit us soon!"

Kate Sankey
West Moss-Side Centre

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