Canoe the Great Glen: Coast to Coast Crossing of Scotland
This is an amazing opportunity and a surprisingly accessible adaptive canoeing adventure in Scotland.
We Canoe the Coast to Coast of Scotland through the stunning Great Glen, using the canals and lochs that allow water access from Fort William all the way through to Inverness. Some nights we camp on the canal side and other nights we spend inside. Above all, we keep your accessibility requirements in mind. Along with standard camping kit, we can provide comfortable seating for in the canoes. We also provide transfer boards and raised camp beds. Additionally, we have a portable accessible toilet. The journey is 60 miles and supported by our wheelchair-accessible powerboat.
The scenery is absolutely incredible along this journey and the feeling of achievement when you reach the other side of the country is fantastic. One of the lochs that needs to be paddled is Loch Ness, the longest in Scotland. This is often done under sail to utilise the winds and save our energy! The canoes can be rafted together and then a large sail is raised, allowing you to race along the Loch in style. What a way to enjoy an adaptive canoeing adventure in Scotland!
Before your adventure we will send a questionnaire. This is so we can make sure we meet all of your access needs and have all of the equipment you need with us.
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Fancy a shorter adventure? Why not try the Loch Lomond Canoe Campout!