You’ll be amazed by how much there is to do in Knoydart, including deer stalking, walking, and water sports. Have a look through this section and see if anything grabs your fancy. Of course, you could just chill out with a good book and a cup of tea!
Activities can be arranged by yourself, or by arrangement, subject to availability and season.
Whether you are into walking, fishing, nature watching or water sports, there is activities for all of the family to enjoy!
There are 3 magnificent Munros on the Knoydart peninsula.
This straightforward Munro makes a pleasant walk with good views over Loch an Daimh, the Trossachs, Rannoch Moor and the mountains further north on a clear day. The route can be boggy in parts and is often combined with Stuchd an Lochain on the other side of the dam to make a full day.
Luinne Bheinn (known to some Gaelic pronunciation-challenged walkers as Loony Bin) is a very rocky and rough mountain in the heart of the Knoydart peninsula, and a superb viewpoint.
Ladhar Bheinn is the highest mountain in the Knoydart region of the Highlands of Scotland. It is the most westerly Munro on the Scottish mainland. The mountain may be climbed from Barrisdale to the northeast or Inverie to the south
Guided stalking with a local stalker can easily be arranged on our nature reserve. Once you have made your booking, we can discuss this further and if you wish, arrange a days stalking for you. Prices can also be discussed at this point.
Endless boating opportunities and sea fishing.
A boatman is available to take you back and forth or on day trips.
There are canoes, a Topper sailing dinghy and a work boat with outboard should you have the qualifications to drive it.
Once you have made your booking, we can discuss day trip arrangements and prices. However, please do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.