I’ve run several trips around Arran and each one has been uniquely planned. One trip involves paddling around the island over 2 days with a one night bivouac on the west coast. We walk on to the ferry on the first crossing and return on the last crossing the following day.Another trip involves a nights B&B in Brodick- again taking the first ferry then being met by a taxi service at Brodick. We are deposited at Blackwaterfoot on the west coast, then paddling back via the north coast to Brodick, staying in a B&B. The following day involves a few hours paddle skills in Brodick Bay before returning by ferry.
Here at Cumbrian Kayaking we can provide a vast array of paddling experiences tailored to meet your requirements, from your first stroke of a paddle blade, to a multi day trip/ tour of Cumbria and the Lake District to the beautiful idyllic West coast of Scotland and Arran- You’ll be in good company!
Many thanks to Emma for supplying some wonderful photographs.
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- UllswaterMay 19, 2020 - 1:02 pm
Great day out with Tim, weather fantastic just going around Norfolk Island great place for a lunch stop, Glencoyne Wood to the right, Birks Fell and St Sunday crag in the distant background. Off to Howtown now, Place fell in the background. Trying out two new Northshore Atlantic Sea Kayaks -really nice.