If you’re looking to get the most out of your stay at Kingairloch, why not book an activity during your stay and have a micro-adventure?
Guided walks can be arranged to view and photograph wild red deer in their natural habitat with the opportunity to glimpse wild goats, eagles, and a diverse range of flora. Not only is there the opportunity to see wildlife, but also the views from the hills are breathtaking and the silence is magical.
We have 7km of circular tracks throughout Kingairloch. They are steep and challenging, but it is worth it to see the scenery and wildlife. Guests and visitors are more than welcome to use these paths at all times throughout the year.
This most traditional Highland sporting activity has been enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds at Kingairloch for over 150 years. Today we manage the wild red deer population through selective culling to conserve and promote a healthy stable population and protect the natural habitat at Kingairloch.
Sea Trout 1st July – 31st October
Brown Trout 15th March-30th September on rivers, lochan fishing is all year round
Stocked with 1 – 6 pound brown trout
Fishing is free for guests staying on the estate. We operate a catch and release policy.
The estate has three automatic autosporter clay traps that allow us to offer a variety of targets and disciplines, from clays suitable for beginners to challenging shots for experts – we can offer an exciting and varied approach to clay pigeon shooting. For this activity we use our estate 12 Bore shotguns.
Getting out on the water is one of the best ways to take in your surroundings when visiting the west coast of Scotland.
A unique experience to share with friends and family during your holiday.