Scotland SUP TripKnoydart 15-18.05.25

  • paddleboarding

  • 3 nights

  • Up to 8 people
  • house-outline

    Stand Up Paddleboarding with Ana

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    This is a 3 night, overnight activity

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  • Description

    TOTAL COST £599 but you will pay £250 a deposit payment and £349 30 days prior to your trip when you will be sent an invoice .

    Payment plan available do contact Ana for details.

    Our experienced SUP Expedition Guide will meet you in Fort William (if you arrive by train) or Mallaig (if you arrive by car) with the majority of all the paddleboarding kit needed for your trip.

    The journey is designed to cater for intermediate levels of paddler, building the distance daily. You will need to be comfortable paddling up to 5 hours a day, with breaks.

    1. A unique self-propelled journey deep into the wilderness of Scotland’s West Coast
    2. Stunning mountain scenery
    3. Undisturbed wildlife, eagles, otters, deer, porpoise
    4. A true taste of expedition life
    5. A chance to visit Britain’s most remote pub in Inverie

    The journey is designed to cater for intermediate level of paddlers, building the distance daily. You will need to be comfortable paddling up to 5 hours a day with breaks.


    We will be using a mixture of campsites and hostels (you may wish to book a B&B in Inverie).


    There are several ways to get to our meeting points Fort William or Mallaig.

    1. Flying – Glasgow International and train to Fort William / Mallaig.
    2. Train – Glasgow to Fort William. Sprinter train to Mallaig.
    3. Driving – Glasgow to Mallaig 3.5hrs

    All food will be purchased before the journey. For a true expedition feel we require participants to carry their own equipment and food, all part of the adventure. We will cook evening meals together for the true expedition experience.


    Your safety is paramount, we use a 1:4 ratio. Our trip leaders are highly qualified Expedition and Adventure guides with advanced first aid qualifications. They are experienced operating in wilderness areas. Leashes and buoyancy aids must be worn at all times on the water, unless instructed differently by the guide.


    We will meet at the Morar Hotel in Mallaig at 10:00am, allowing all team members to travel and arrive on time (the meeting point may change). If you are arriving by train, we will arrange a collection in Fort William for 09:00am. Please specify your travel details on the expedition questionnaire provided. After introductions we will have a final brief, kit check, and issue group food, then we have a short journey to the launch site. On the first day, please ensure you have a good breakfast and bring your own packed lunch. We will then set off Loch Morar, and arriving at camp to set up early evening. The evening meal will be provided .

    DAY 2

    Following breakfast, we set off for a full days paddle and portage into Loch Nevis, making camp by early evening. We will provide breakfast, mid-morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack, and evening meal.

    DAY 3

    Following breakfast, we pack up and head out for long day and more amazing views as we make our way to the village of Inverie. We will provide breakfast, mid-morning snacks, lunch and afternoon snacks. This evening we have a farewell meal at your own cost in Inverie. A great time to chat about our journey and experiences.

    DAY 4

    We make a short paddle journey after breakfast to the pier in Inverie, where we board the MV Western Isles for an hour cruise back to Mallaig, where we say farewell, and embark on our journey home.


    Our trips are fully outfitted and cover the essentials you will require when you are out on your adventure. However, you will know what you are comfortable paddling in, the water will be cold, and the weather can change quickly. Off the water we will be living outside, so warm clothes will be required as this is a coastal/mountain environment. It is essential that your kit is packed in dry bags and remains completely dry. Please ensure that your drybags are connected to your board securely with approximately 1 metre of cord.


    1. Starboard SUP, Paddle & Leash
    2. Palm Buoyancy Aid
    3. Palm Quick Release Belt
    4. Wetsuit (long john)
    5. Palm Cag (Jacket) for the water
    6. Palm 75ltr Dry Bag
    7. 20ltr Dry Bag
    8. 1-Person Tent
    9. Inflatable Sleeping Mat (inflatable is best)
    10. Evening meals on days 1 & 2
    11. Lunches on days 2 & 3
    12. Breakfast on days 2, 3 & 4
    13. All snacks on days 2, 3 & 4
    14. Ferry crossing on day 4


    1. Sleeping Bag (3 season)
    2. Wash kit including toilet roll and small trowel etc (please ensure any soap is biodegradable)
    3. Small Towel
    4. Mug (plastic or metal) Cup and Bowl
    5. Spoon/knife/Spork
    6. Bowl & Cup (plastic or metal)
    7. Dry Bags for personal internal kit
    8. Wet Kit
    9. Sunglasses
    10. Dry suit/trousers/bibs – If you have them
    11. Waterproof jacket & Trousers
    12. Cap
    13. Warm hat
    14. Wet shoes for paddling (with sole to walk in on rough ground)
    15. Individual Dry Kit
    16. Dry warm kit for off water and boots/trainers
    17. Sun cream (here’s hoping)
    18. Camera
    19. Water Bottle
    20. Day 1 lunch
    21. Days 3 evening meal

    While we plan meticulously, traveling in

    this environment is weather-dependent.

    We monitor the weather before and

    during the journey and won't embark if

    conditions are deemed too challenging.

    Our extensive local knowledge allows us to

    adapt the journey, possibly involving travel

    or adjusting to day or one-night journeys.

    We reserve the right to postpone or

    cancel the journey if necessary. We're

    enthusiastic about sharing our passion for

    wild places and paddling.


    Ability Level: Intermediate


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