Canoeing and Kayaking on : Loch Nevis

One of the most amazing, wild places in Britain you could go canoeing, Loch Nevis thrusts deeply into Knoydart, the roughest mountain country in the Highlands.

This sea loch is no place for beginners, with strong currents, unpredictable weather and limited escape routes, but those with the right experience will enjoy an amazing paddle to remember.

Paddle Point

Arguably Britain's most remote pub, the village of Inverie is only accessible by boat, on foot or by canoe of course!
Popular with walkers and sailors, a great pub for an impromptu ceilidh.

A must visit pub, totally unique!

Paddle Point

Very basic campsite on the beach in an amazing location about 15 minutes walk from Inverie.

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Paddle Point

Launch into Loch Nevis at Tarbet.

Start of rough track portage of 1km to Loch Morar, climbing to 78m.

There is a famous bunkhouse here, run by an old character, Frank, with hilarious stories.

Frank sadly died in 2013. Bunkhouse no longer open to all comers, but if you know the right people...

Unfortunately there is no wish to publicise details.