More People;

More Paddling; More Often.

Here at PaddleMore, we’re all about inspiring as many people as we can to take to the water.

Whether it’s your first time afloat, or you’re a veteran of the sport, we can’t wait to hear about your paddling adventures. We share written stories and interview right here on the website, our YouTube channel has a host of instructional videos to help you along, and our weekly podcast takes a relaxed look at paddling, complete with tales from around the world. Want to know more? Come meet the team.

The PaddleMore Podcast

All new for 2021 is the PaddleMore Podcast.

Each week Grant and Moose will sit down and chat about paddling with a guest, sharing amusing anecdotes and taking paddlers back to their beginnings. Guests range from pioneers of the modern sport, to athletes pushing the boundaries of paddling, all the way to those brand new to the sport, taking in everyone in between. Every paddlers has a story to tell, and we want to share it. Keep an eye out on your preferred podcast platform, and get in touch if you can’t find us. New episodes airing every Monday. Lisen Here

PaddleMore in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs


We’re thrilled to announce that with the help of Pesda Press, we will be releasing the PaddleMore in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs guidebook in spring 2021.

This guidebook takes in all things paddling in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, from short family friendly trips to week long expeditions and steep raging rivers. This is more than just a paddling guidebook though, we’ve also included those make or break factors for a great trip; where to get a coffee and a breakfast roll. Packed with history, folkelore and information from all around the park, this is the perfect book for anyone who wants to go paddling on or around Loch Lomond. Get your copy here!

PaddleMore Stories

We regularly publish stories from paddlers around the world, as well as interviews with prominent paddling figures. Below our are latest stories, but there’s loads more to have a look at.

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Time to paddle (responsibly)

Disclaimer: This post is late because we’ve been out boating.  We’re stoked that we’re able to get out on the water and really keen to see as many people enjoying[…]

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Often I get asked the question, ‘Where’s your favourite place to paddle?’ Commonly I respond with ‘Scotland’ or ‘Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park’ because it’s true.  Both the[…]

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Sheep Wrangling and Sore Knees on the Spey

“It was shaping up to be a good couple of days. The weather was looking warm and dry and the levels on the River Spey were looking good after a[…]

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