Top Things to Do in Morvern

The Morvern Peninsula is commonly referred to as being anything south of Loch Sunart and Glen Tarbet, but that would include part of Ardgour as well as Drimnin, Rahoy, and Laudale.

The name Morvern is probably derived from the Gaelic A' Mhorbhairne, or the Sea-Gap. This is possibly a reference to the Sound of Mull which forms a gap between the 'mainland' and the isle of Mull itself.

Morvern is approximately 250 square miles (650 km2)

Walking

The highest point is the summit of the Corbett Creach Bheinn which reaches 853 metres (2,799 ft) in elevation.

Cycling

Canoeing and Kayaking

Best Season:February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October
Popular Location: Morvern, Drimnin, Rahoy, Laudale, Kingairloch
Canoe surrounded by turquoise waters

    Open Canoe Journey

    6 hours

    As your canoe glides effortlessly and silently through the serene water, you travel further from the roads and paths. There you begin to discover and appreciate views you never thought you would see. Seals pop up near your boat staring…

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      Sea Kayak Journey

      6 hours

      As your kayak glides effortlessly over silken waters, a seal pops up just a few meters from you. You stare at each other for a few moments and become mesmerised by its big, black eyes. Silently it raises its nose…

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      Sea kayaking on Loch Sunart

        Sea Kayak Taster

        3 hours

        As your guide gently pushes your kayak off the beach and onto the water for the first time, you instantly feel a connection with the water and the wind. Recalling the advice you have just been given, you remember to…

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        Child paddles open canoe on Loch Sunart

          Open Canoe Taster

          3 hours

          Rounding a small rocky peninsula, your canoe gliding silently over the shallow, turquoise waters, you spot ripples interrupting the reflections of mountains standing on their heads in the calm waters ahead of you. Two big black eyes and a long…

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          Leacraithnaich Bothy and loch Tearnait

            Southward Equinox Experience

            Two nights

            As the birds begin their migrations southwards and the leaves on the trees begin to shine golden, so the southward equinox marks the astronomical beginning of autumn. Seize this opportunity to immerse yourself in the remoteness of the Morvern Peninsula!…

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            Foodie pedal and paddle

              Foodie Pedal and Paddle

              Three nights

              On this luxury three-day foodie pedal and paddle you will taste your way across the remote and undiscovered Morvern peninsula and through Sunart, home to the longest sea loch in the Scottish Highlands. You will discover the best of these…

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              Family canoe adventure on Loch Moidart

                Family Canoe Adventure

                6 hours

                Spend a day with your family exploring one of many lochs and beaches by canoe and feel closer to nature in the shadow of rocky peaks and shorelines as you discover wildlife on and in the water. Pause on a beach…

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