Where can I go canoeing? Find the answers right here,
with 128 great canoe and kayak trips and 11 cross-
Scotland routes in a unique guide for those seeking
gentler waters. A guide for canoeists and kayakers to the
gentle rivers, canals and lochs of Scotland. This guide
is aimed at those looking for calmer waters - rivers,
canals, inland lochs and sheltered sea lochs. Routes
described cater for all tastes, from those seeking an
idyllic afternoon's paddle to those looking for a multi-
day canoe-camping expedition.
Far North. Thurso: 1. Upper River Thurso; 2. River Thurso - Dirlot Gorge; 3. Lower River Thurso; 4. Loch Naver; 5. River Naver; 6. Kyle of Tongue; 7. Loch Eriboll; 8. Kyle of Durness; 9. River Dionard; 10. Loch Inchard; 11. Loch Laxford; 12. Handa Island. Ullapool: ; 13. Edrachillis Bay, Kylesku, Loch Glencoul and Loch Glendhu; 14. Stoer, Lochinver and Enard Bay; 15. The Inverpolly Lochs; 16. Loch Sionascaig; 17. Loch Veyatie; 18. Loch Veyatie to River Polly; 19. The Summer Isles; 20. Little Loch Broom and Gruinard Bay; 21. Loch Ewe; 22. Loch Maree; 23. Loch Gairloch; 24. Loch Torridon. Bonar Bridge: 25. Loch Shin; 26. Lower River Oykel and Kyle of Sutherland; 27. Dornoch Firth; 28. Loch Fleet. Inverness: 29. River Conon and Upper lochs; 30. River Glass and River Beauly; 31. Loch Monar; 32. Loch Monar west to the sea.; 33. Loch Mullardoch; 34. Loch Affric and Loch Beinn a Mheadoinn; 35. R. Moriston; 36. Loch Ness and R. Ness. The West: Kyle of Lochalsh; 37. Crowlin Islands; 38. Loch Kishorn and Loch Carron; 39. Loch Duich, Loch Alsh and Loch Long; 40. Loch Duich to Loch Hourn; 41. Loch Hourn. Mallaig: 42. Loch Nevis; 43. Loch Morar; 44. Loch Morar and Loch Nevis; 45. Loch Shiel; 46. Loch Shiel, River Shiel, Loch Moidart and Loch Eilt; 47. Loch Moidart; 48. Loch Sunart. Fort William: 49. Loch Quoich, Upper R. Garry, Loch Garry, and Lower R. Garry; 50. Loch Oich and Loch Lochy; 51. Loch Arkaig; 52. R. Lochy; 53. Loch Laggan and Loch Spean; 54. Loch Treig; 55. Loch Linnhe; 56. Loch Leven; 57. Rannoch Moor, Loch Ba, Loch Laidon to Rannoch Station; 58. Loch Creran. Oban: 59. Loch Etive; 60. Lower Orchy; 61. Loch Awe; 62. Loch Avich; 63. Loch Melfort and Seil, Luing, Torsa and Shuna. Lochgilphead: 64. Loch Craignish; 65. R. Add and Loch Crinan; 66. Crinan Canal; 67. Tayvallich and Loch Sween; 68. West Loch Tarbert. Cowal: 69. Loch Fyne; 70. Isle of Bute, Kyles of Bute, Loch Ruel and Loch Striven; 71. Holy Loch, Loch Long, Loch Goil and Gare Loch; 72. Loch Lomond; 73. Loch Lomond, River Leven, Firth of Clyde and Loch Long; 74. Endrick Water. The East. Moray and Grampian: 75. Nairn; 76. Upper Findhorn; 77. Lower Findhorn; 78. Loch Ericht; 79. River Spey; 80. Deveron; 81. River Don; 82. River Dee. Tayside: 83. Loch Rannoch; 84. Loch Tummel; 85. Lower R.Tummel; 86. Loch an Daimh; 87. Loch Lyon; 88. Upper R. Lyon; 89. Lower R. Lyon; 90. Cononish, Fillan and Dochart; 91. Loch Tay; 92. River Tay; 93. Firth of Tay; 94. Upper River Isla; 95. Lower River Isla; 96. Upper Shee Water; 97. Lower Ericht; 98. River Earn. Angus: 99. Lower North Esk; 100. Upper South Esk; 101. Lower South Esk; 102. Dean Water; 103.Lunan Water. Fife: 104.Eden; 105.Loch Leven; 106.Leven. Central. 107.Balquhidder - R. Larig, Loch Doine, Loch Voil , R. Balvaig, Loch Lubnaig; 108. Loch Achray, Loch Vennacher and R. Teith; 109. Loch Ard and R. Forth; 110. Devon (Clackmannan); 111. Avon (W. Lothian); 112. Union Canal; 113. Forth and Clyde Canal. The South. Ayrshire: 114. River Ayr; 115. Loch Doon; 116. River Doon. Upper Clyde Valley: 117. Upper Clyde; 118. Lower Clyde. ; Dumfries and Galloway: 119. Luce Bay; 120. Isle of Whithorn and Garlieston; 121. Gatehouse of Fleet; 122. Brighouse Bay, Kirkcudbright Bay; 123. Rivers Ken and Dee, and Loch Ken; 124. Auchencairn, Orchardton and Rough Firth; 125. Lower Nith and Nith Estuary; 126. River Annan. Borders. 127. Tweed: 128. Teviot; Cross-Scotland routes (all major expeditions); 129. Laxford Bridge to Bonar Bridge; 130. Inverkirkaig to Bonar Bridge; 131. Loch Maree, R. Bran and R. Conon to Conon Bridge; 132. Great Glen - Fort William to Inverness; 133. Loch Nevis, R. Carnoch, Loch Quoich and R. Garry to Great Glen; 134. Loch Morar, Glen Pean, Loch Arkaig to Loch Lochy and Great Glen; 135. Kinlochleven to Perth via Blackwater reservoir, Rannoch Moor, Gaur, Rannoch, Tummel and Tay.; 136. Loch Long/Loch Lomond, L. Arklet, L. Katrine, L. Venacher to Callendar and Stirling; 137. Loch Long/Loch Lomond, L. Arklet, L. Chon, L. Ard, to R. Forth and Stirling; 138. Glasgow to Edinburgh, canal; 139. Solway Firth via Teviot and Tweed to Berwick.
Series: Pesda Ser.
Number Of Pages: 248
Published: 20th May 2005
Publisher: Pesda Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 20.0 x 14.0
Weight (kg): 0.489