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Guided paddleboard trips in Fort William and Glenfinnan. Fort William is the Outdoor Capital of the UK and SUP trips are a fantastic way to explore!

See the Jacobite steam train from the water as you glide around on your paddleboard. Get stunning views of Ben Nevis on our Fort William trip or the best viewpoint for watching the steam train cross the Glenfinnan Viaduct, made famous by the Harry Potter films.

Paddleboarding Trips

Explore Glenfinnan Trip

Just outside Fort William and with stunning views down Loch Sheil and towards the Glenfinnan viaduct this is one of the most thrilling places to paddleboard in Scotland.

Get to grips with the boards in the beautiful sheltered river Callop and then out into the Loch to watch the Jacobite steam train over the viaduct.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

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James

Amazing day out on the Glenfinnan trip, super exciting to be able to see the steam train from a totally different angle.

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Rachael

Paddleboarding along the Caledonian Canal with views to Ben Nevis was brilliant for my partner and me, we had never been on Paddleboards before and we had a great time.

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Eilidh

Our guide Rob made sure we had plenty of time to get to grips with the board and then took us on an amazing trip down the little river to pop out at Glenfinnan. Epic!

  • What do I need to bring?
    -Swimming Costume and Towel -Hard soled shoes you can get wet -Cap and suncream -Clothes to change into afterwards -Drink and Snack to take on the board Come wearing your swimming costume to make popping your wetsuit on easier!
  • Do I need to be able to swim?
    You don't need to be Michael Phelps but being confident in the water is helpful. You will have a buoyancy aid and there is the board as well so swimming ability is not important.
  • Where do we meet for the trips?
    For the Fort William Trip we meet at Corpach Basin (Corpach Canal Lochs on Google) which is right next to Corpach Station. For the Glenfinnan trip we meet at the Glenfinnan Viaduct Car park.
  • How old do you need to be?
    Our minimum age for solo paddling is 12 We do have a couple of larger boards for Adults and Children to be able to paddle together if younger children would like to take part.

Stand Up Paddleboarding is one of the fastest growing adventure activities in the world and its easy to see why! As you float around on your board surrounded by the stunning views of the West Coast of Scotland you won't be able to wipe the smile off your face. 

Paddleboarding is fun for everyone, its brilliant as a family activity, romantic excursions and groups of friends looking for fun things to do in Fort William!

Join us on one of our guided paddleboard trips this summer!

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