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Our most recommended Scotland Paddleboarding

  • Luss: Loch Lomond Paddleboard Hire

    1. Luss: Loch Lomond Paddleboard Hire

    Discover Scottish nature and the islands around Loch Lomond by stand up paddleboard. Enjoy an outdoor adventure, with the option to choose from a 2 or 4-hour paddleboarding experience. Look out for the plentiful local wildlife as you glide across the water.  Meet in Luss, where an experienced instructor will give you a brief introduction to stand up paddleboarding on land. Paddle out onto the loch and be immersed in the beautiful landscape. Stop at nearby islands such as Inchconnachan and explore the Narrows, considered the jewel of Loch Lomond.

    Excellent location to do it. Easy to book in..quick lesson and away you go. Will def be back. Bonus was it was really☀️

  • Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUPs) in Aberfeldy

    2. Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUPs) in Aberfeldy

    Stand Up Paddle Boarding is an off shot of traditional surfing which originated in Hawaii. A fairly new sport that has blossomed over the last few years, which has seen the sport diverge from the sea to the river. There is a full fleet of boards, ready to take you down the river on a SUP (Stand Up Paddle Board) and enjoy the stunning scenery of this beautiful Perthshire valley from a whole new viewpoint. This is an area with a diverse wildlife, which is best seen from the river, perfect for exploring the river in smaller groups, you can control your own journey while the expert guides keep a watchful eye over you to ensure your safety.

  • Rafting and Stand Up Paddle Boarding on the River Tay

    3. Rafting and Stand Up Paddle Boarding on the River Tay

    The famous River Tay is the perfect introductory river to take out first-time adventurers. A thrilling half-day experience for all ages and sizes of group, rafting on River Tay offers you the perfect conditions to get your feet wet and learn rafting skills from expert guides. This six miles journey starts in Aberfeldy and ends in Grandtully. At the start of your journey to the rapids, enjoy the stunning scenery along the Tay Valley as the river winds lazily through the valley; rolling hills, diverse wildlife and tranquility are hallmark features of this beautiful landscape.  As you acclimate to your surroundings, your guides will teach you rafting techniques through a series of interactive and challenging games. You and your group will have ample opportunity to practice your newly learnt rafting skills before the river drops away and you encounter your first rapids. River Tay keeps firs...

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What people are saying about Scotland

Had a lesson booked for 12pm, due to roadworks, traffic & getting lost we ended up being late, it wasn't a problem to the team. They organised our paddleboards, gave us our tuition & still allowed us our 2hrs on the water. The team were helpful, relaxed & very nice. It was also reassuring that someone comes round the loch on a speedboat checking on you to make sure you are OK.

Great experience. Staff are very knowledgable, polite and helpful. Recommend taking a watch to keep track of time if your visiting the islands, although we had more than enough time but kept having to ask people passing what time it was. Amazing though, myself and my daughter thoroughly enjoyed it.

Great fun, would suggest a waterproof bag per party for paddleboarding so people can take photos, and have their keys with them. Other than that a fab day out!

Excellent location to do it. Easy to book in..quick lesson and away you go. Will def be back. Bonus was it was really☀️

Brilliant day, shout out to Callum for being extra friendly and helpful!