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The situation in Scotland anfd the wider UK has been improved at a staggering rate over the last 2 months. Unfortunately, it hasn’t improved enough to run any courses in March and probably into early April. Over the next few days, I will contact everyone who has been booked on a Winter Skills Course with us. I have already put dates up for next year and will offer a change...
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I’m just trying to be realistic with regards of COVID19 restrictions and Winter Skills Courses. The announcement of the Scottish Government the week before Christmas 2020 to move all of mainland Scotland into Level 4 till at least 16 January 2021 meant that we can’t run at least the first course of the season. Even if the Highlands move into Level 1 as it was before people are very unlikely...
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On Saturday our small group set out from Kyleakin to head for Uags bothy. We were straight away greeted by some thick sea har, hugging the coastlines. From our lunch break at Port Lunge we got a good blast of sunshine. In the late afternoon, we received a light breeze, which made the paddling harder, but on the other hand, we wouldn’t need to fight off midges from the get-go...
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sea kayaking scotland
The advise from the Scottish government and the Scottish Canoe Association Advise for COVID-19 is starting to get a bit clearer now. We should be able to run sea kayaking trips in Scotland when the country reaches phase 3. This is going to happen in mid July at the earliest. To be on the safe side we made the decision to open up for 1 August 2020. We already have...
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We have made some changes to the terms and conditions for booking a course or trip with Unexplored Scotland. Here are the explanations for those changes. The following conditions will overwrite any previous conditions.All summer tours are limited to 4 people. (increase in safety for the tour and decrease the possibility of infection with COVID19)All winter courses are limited to 6 people. (no changes needed for winter courses as there...
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