Loch Insh Water Sports and Outdoor Activity Centre, near Aviemore, Scotland
I am writing to thank you for a great experience the sailing is an experience I will never forget the instructors helped me learn new skills the food was great our chalet rocked!
(Graham 16 June)
Kayaking at Loch Insh
Kayak on the river
|Min Age:||6 years|
|Session max:||24 places (teaching ratio 12:1)|
|Session min:||1 place|
|Equipment Provided:||All equipment including Wetsuits or waterproofs Buoyancy aids, Helmets, spray decks if required. Dependant on conditions and experience. (We don’t always wear everything!)|
|Participants to take:||Footwear (trainers or booties), Swim suit and towel. Bring your own wetsuit or waterproofs if you have it!|
|Experience:||No experience necessary|
Kayaking is the easiest way to get active at Loch Insh, no experience necessary.
Enjoy our enclosed safety area on our new sit on top kayaks until you get the hang of it.
With a little more confidence venture out and explore the loch.
For those more experienced we have a fleet of traditional, closed cockpit river kayaks. Perfect for learning river techniques and of course rolling.
Our kayaks are available to hire by the day or week if your planning your own expedition. Only a security deposit required.
You can stay on the loch and just rent the boat for the day. Off the loch you can still access 4 miles upstream into the Insh Marshes Nature Reserve the biggest wetland of this type in Europe where you can see lots of wildlife
You can travel up to 1 mile downstream too to visit the two islands on Loch Insh where you can see the resident osprey most days.
For information on our paddlesport courses visit the courses section of this website