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Knockdow House is an historic property nestled in the heart of Argyll. Encircled by forests, mountains and breath-taking scenery, this is a spectacular part of the world that is well worth a visit.

People visit Argyll throughout the year and there is a great deal to do here. From national parks and forests to museums and castles, there is no shortage of things to do in the region.

Water Sports in Loch Lomond

There are many water sports to choose from in Argyll. Most people interested in water sports visit Loch Lomond, a mysterious place in the world that is part the Trossachs National Park.

Loch Lomond is a freshwater Scottish loch that is surrounded by oak woodlands, rolling countryside and incredible wildlife, including red deer, red squirrel, the common seal, the otter and the golden eagle. That being said, you’ll have to keep a very careful eye out for many of these exquisite animals – especially the golden eagle.

If you love water sports, then Loch Lomond is a fantastic choice as it offers a wide array of water sports to choose from.

Whether it’s spring, summer, autumn or winter (if you’re feeling brave enough!), Loch Lomond is yours to explore at any time of year.

For those who don’t fancy getting wet, there are plenty of speedboat and powerboat trips to choose from. From a 15 minute spin around the picturesque loch to an entire day cruising around the loch on board your own privately hired vessel, the choice is yours. Sit back and relax with a drink in hand as you enjoy an exhilarating experience soaking in the glorious sights of the loch.

This is adventure at its finest: a fresh breeze, fun and lots of adrenaline, going on a speedboat is an unforgettable experience that you will remember for a very long time!

Next, there’s paddle boarding, knee boarding, wakeboarding, water skiing and kayaking. These water sports range from adrenaline-infused to relaxing and romantic, and are a great way to keep fit on the water, strengthen your muscles, improve your balance, reduce your stress and refresh your mind.

For those who want to experience some true adventure, there are also scuba diving excursions to choose from, where you can discover many of Scotland’s hidden underwater secrets. From wrecks and caves and even beautiful sea life, there’s plenty of explore in Loch Lomond.

Finally, there are a number of water sports schools available for children and adults of every level. Run by professional coaches for boarders and surfers, this is the ideal way to get fit as you you’re your skills to the next level!

Loch Lomond is water sport lover’s dream come true, where the possibilities for water activities are endless!