One Big Adventure is a unique opportunity to be part of a big expedition around a part of our stunning coastline. Gain from Roger's experience and share in this memorable adventure. Either a 3 week opportunity with Skye in 2016 or 4 week's in 2017, with the RoB. View the short video and photo clip's above, of our paddle round the Isle of Mull in 2012 and get a feel and insight of the experience and the adventure you could have. (Photos are a selection from Zoe Robinson, plus photos and video from Roger.)
This 30 day expedition takes in the rugged coastlines of the West and North of Scotland and the relative shelter of The Great Glen. And at over 400 nm this is a significant and realistic venture. This expedition covers some of the most spectacular and exposed stretches of the UK coastline, including Cape Wrath, the infamous Pentland Firth and the most westerly point of the UK, Ardnamurchan point and many glorious sandy beaches.
Limited to ONLY 4 people - Bookings are now closed
Expedition Training over 2 weekends.
Expedition dates 15th April - 14th May 2017
Total number of days: 34 with 30 days for the Expedition
Fast track and develop faster your experience, knowledge, skills, leadership understanding and confidence. Cutting down your learning time and speed up the process, while undertaking a BIG eXpedition .... read more...
"There are a number of wonderful things about Roger. He has a very light touch in his coaching, and he's always smiling and encouraging you to relax into the enjoyment of the day"
"I've just completed a two day 4* Sea kayak training course with Roger. Having been coached by Roger in the past, I choose to do this course with Roger because I knew I would get a great deal from the course. My expectations were certainly well and truly met"
"And I'm probably learning more from his mentoring now, as my paddling horizons expand, than ever before. I can't count how many questions I've asked... and he's answered. Roger has the knack of making that suggestion that radically changes your thinking and moves your paddling on in leaps and bounds."