Scotland Coast to Coast - August 2022

This five-day challenge includes over 60 miles (100km) of paddling through stunning Scottish scenery, from Fort William in the west, to Inverness in the east


Loch Ness Canoe Trail

The Loch Ness Canoe Trail includes 22 miles (35km) of the man-made Caledonian Canal, linking Loch Lochy, Loch Oich and Loch Ness, creating a route which stretches the entire width of Scotland.

You’ll be travelling through some of the country’s most dramatic landscape, wild camping on the shores each night, and you’ll be able to enjoy the unspoilt countryside in its full glory.

Your expert guides will help you develop your paddling skills and show you how to sail rafted canoes. No previous canoeing experience is required, although it would be a bonus.

This challenge is graded moderate to challenging.You’ll be canoeing for many hours each day, sometimes having to assist with portage (carrying the canoe from one to the next body of water). You will sleep in tents, which you will put up yourself at basic wild camps with very limited facilities, and you’ll assist with cooking your own meals each day.

Once you sign up for #Teamorange

You will be taken to Different Travel (our trek partner organisation) website who will organise your booking for you.

Once we have received your registration your local fundraising manager will get in touch, they are now here to support you up to your trek and beyond. 

You will receive your MDUK welcome pack including an MDUK T-Shirt through the post and a welcome email, both packed full of tools and tips.

Set up your online fundraising page and share it with friends and family, speak to your MDUK fundraising manager to help you smash your target.

You will receive all the information you need to know about your trek from Different Travel. 

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