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Packrafting has the potential to be the most accessible paddle sport for people with limited lower limb mobility. They pack down really small, can be transported on your lap, inflated at the edge of the water and are easy to move once inflated.

Packrafts come with a number of inflatable supports that have proved highly effective for wheelchair users.

Is this the water sport for you? 

We are able to offer Packrafting Essential courses in collaboration with or private bookings for you and/or your friends and family.

Packrafting Essentials Course content

1. Different types of packrafts, what to carry and how to pack your raft
2. Transferring and use of adaptive equipment to suit your needs
3. Flatwater paddling skills
4. Journey planning
5. Boat care and repair

2022 Dates

  • Monday 6th June 
  • Monday 3rd October

Cost: £125 per person. 

This is an integrated course for disabled and non disabled adults.


Able2Adventure will provide helmets, buoyancy aids, wetsuits, paddles, boats and transfer aids. Bring clothing swimwear (already worn underneath), wellies/ water shoes, a towel and a full set of spare clothes. If you prefer to use your own transfer sling please bring this with you.

Who's it for?

8 years +

Good for those with some upper body mobility.


Loch Morlich, Loch Insh, River Spey, River Beauly, Inverness and the Great Glen Canal.


£125 Packrafting Essentials Course

Private Bookings

£145 for a half day

£250 for a full day

Prices based on group sizes of up to 6 people



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