The jewel in the crown of Loch Lomond – its historic islands. Starting from the pretty village of Aldochlay, near Luss , you will get the chance to explore the islands of world famous Loch Lomond in Canadian-style canoes – these boats can be rafted together to create a stable platform and to eliminate the risk of capsize, which means that they are suitable for all. Each raft would hold 4/6 people.

With your qualified canoe coaches, we paddle gently from the shore, taking in the wonderful scenery, including a beautiful backdrop of Ben Lomond and learning about the loch and its legends as we go.  We rest our paddles on some of the Loch’s most isolated beaches and take in the wonder of Loch Lomond from a totally different perspective.  We take a stroll to some of the islands’ summits, learn how our ancestors survived in the wilderness, paddle our feet in the loch and enjoy a picnic on a secluded beach. If you’re lucky, you might just catch a glimpse of the resident wallabies on the island of Inchconnachan.  Surely, that would be a story for you to tell when you get home!

We can include some team building challenges into this adventurous experience, by adding some canoe games and races, guaranteed to encourage communication and working as part of a team.  These challenges will, however, also ensure lots of hilarity!

A magical experience!

SuitabilityMinimum age: 7 yo. No previous canoe experience required.
Cost per person
£55 (excludes lunch)
Minimum booking value£290.  Bookings on request.
WearComfortable outdoor clothing, outdoor shoes, hat, waterproof jacket and sunscreen.
IncludedAll necessary paddling equipment and  transport.
LocationAldochlay, near Luss – Loch Lomond
Duration4 hours
guided canoe trip loch lomond and it's islands