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Stunning Scottish Sea Kayaking Photos

Posted on May 21, 2016 by Ben Thorburn

The warm weather is coming and Meike, Howard and myself were getting excited about sea kayaking trips over lunch yesterday.

I thought of all the stunning sea kayaking images that our guides have taken on trips and decided to make a photo montage of the tweets from our Twitter feed. Nothing fancy but we hope you like them.

Ask yourself this – Have you ever felt uncomfortable sitting in a kayak? We an help with this…

Before he headed off to lead our Summer Isles holiday this week, sea kayaking aficionado and Wilderness Scotland guide Howard Jeffs left us with this pearl of wisdom.

This simple tip could make your sea kayaking an even more enjoyable experience.

“If anyone coming on a sea kayaking holiday just spent every evening for a couple of weeks before their trip, sat upright on the floor with their feet out in front of them, their lives would be made way easier when they come to sit in a kayak for a week. Hell, they could even watch TV at the same time.”

So on that note here’s our compilation of inspiring sea kayaking images. If you’ve got a Twitter account then you can click on them to show them some love, retweet or comment.

Love the Pics – Watch the Video

If you’re diggin the pics then take 5 to watch this film all about an introduction to sea kayak expeds. We have the pretty cool option on the West Coast Explorer to choose which days we want to stay at our accommodation and which we want to camp on. It means we can check the weather and strike out for places like Knoydart and Skye and land at places that very rarely see people.

Epic Scottish Sea Kayaking

Let us know what you think of the pictures in the comments below. If we’ve inspired you to check out the options for sea kayaking holidays in Scotland then click the link and choose from hotel based or camping expeditions of all grades on Scotland’s rugged west coast.

About the author

Ben Thorburn

Ben is Head of Marketing at Wilderness Scotland and his love and enthusiasm for Scotland’s wild places is what he hopes rubs off and inspires people to visit such an incredible place. Outside of work he's found in his natural habitat; the mountains, whether skiing, on a mountain bike or walking.

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