Published: 27/03/2014 09:00 - Updated: 12/01/2015 15:21

Loch Insh Watersports

Loch Insh WatersportsLoch Insh Watersports is a 3 star visitor attraction with a full range of watersports and outdoor activities. Suitable for all the family and great for kids – there's so much for them to do! Activities available 8.30am to 5.30pm (reduced hours in winter).

Loch Insh is a stunning location and part of the Insh Marshes Nature Reserve. Nestled in the foothills of Glenfeshie with an abundance of wildlife and a regular fishing spot for the resident Ospreys.

Sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, canoes, river trips – Introductory lessons are available. 1-5 day courses available, residential or non-residential.

Insh Hall bed and breakfast accommodation – En-suite rooms, family rooms, twins and doubles. Free watersports when staying 2 nights or more (set times).

Self catering log chalets overlooking scenic Loch Insh – Sleep 4 to 8 persons.

The Boathouse Restaurant – Balcony overlooking Loch Insh. Open daily, offering home baking, bar meals and an evening menu (booking preferable).

Archery bays – A range of children to adult equipment. Instruction essential, pre-booking is required. Suitable for 8 years plus.

Loch Insh WatersportsFishing for brown trout, salmon, pike and Arctic char. Boat hire, bank fishing, rod and reel hire, fly casting instruction, ghillie by arrangement.

60m dry ski slope, ski and board hire – BASI accredited instruction by arrangement.

Mountain bikes – Loch Insh is surrounded by spectacular scenery. There are miles of trails through nearby Inshriach Forest with fantastic views down the valleys. Bikes available for hire to suit all requirements.

The Bosuns Locker Gift Shop – Gifts, jewellery, ceramics, toiletries, toys, cards. Open 10am to 5pm daily (April to October). We also stock windsurfing equipment, wet suits, wet shoes, skis, gloves, goggles and most accessories.

Wildlife boat trips – 11am, 2pm and 4pm daily (booking required).

Woodland walks in the adjacent forests. A 3km lochside/forest interpretative trail tells the history of the floating of timber for shipbuilding and guides on the wildlife and flora around the loch.

For further information on the accommodation or activities at Loch Insh please telephone the office on 01540 651272, visit our website or email

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