Kayaking / Canoeing
Eagle Brae is conveniently situated at the junction of Rivers Farrar and Glass, where they join the River Beauly.
Both rivers coffer a variety of water types, from the fast tumbling pools of the Farrar for experienced kayakers, to the slow meandering pace of Rivers Glass and Beauly for family canoeing trips. Eagle Brae is happy to arrange outings for its guests.
A day trip to the Aigas Gorge is certainly worth considering. This excellent route starts near Eagle Brae in the Glen Affric foothills and proceeds through forests and grassy farmland, finishing with a gorge between lofty cliffs crowned with thick over-hanging woodland. We can offer a canoe guide who will ensure you get the most out of this scenic trip, whilst providing paddling and safety tips along the way.
Alternatively guests can go for an amazing wilderness loch paddle. Both Loch Affric and Loch Beinn a Mheadhoin offer great paddles for quite different reasons. Loch Affric is perfect for those who want to experience the remote and peaceful wilderness, whereas Loch Beinn a Mheadhoin at the heart of Glen Affric nature reserve is a fantastic place to go for a scenic paddle around its islands in typically sheltered waters.
For experienced paddlers who don't require a guided tour, Eagle Brae can arrange hire of all the equipment required for each trip.