Inverpolly Adventure

Inverpolly Adventure

Five day and four night wild camping canoe expedition.

2024 departure date: July 22nd.

Moderately challenging, suitable for those confident in water & some paddling experience. Meet 07:45 in Newtonmore on day 1, finish 5pm Newtonmore on the last day.

Trip Difficulty

4/5 Paddling

Trip Grading Explained

Inverpolly – Discover the Wilderness of Scotland

The Inverpolly adventure journey is an incredible guided canoe & trekking trip venturing through one of the most pristine wilderness areas of Scotland. Inverpolly Nature Reserve, in the North West Highlands, comprises of undulating heather moorland, peat bogs and lochs. Ancient woodlands cover the low-lying slopes while the skyline is dominated by towering Torridonian Sandstone peaks.
Our Inverpolly journey takes us through a system of glacial lochs.  This giving us to access to climb some of the peaks by remote and rarely-trodden routes. By night, we camp by meandering rivers or in sandy coves, immersed in the glorious views around us.

Important Information / Grade & Experience

This will be a guided unforgettable wilderness adventure trip in one of Scotland’s most beautiful and remote areas.

This adventure journey is mainly on large open lochs with short easy rivers. In windy conditions it can become more challenging. This trip does not require previous open canoe experience, however to get the most from the trip we do recommend some prior experience.

Why not check out the West Highland Way Adventure Journey.

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Meeting Location

For this activity we aim to meet at Craigower Lodge in Newtonmore at 07:45.
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