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About the river Tay
The River Tay is the longest river in Scotland at 119 miles. It begins life as a tiny spring on Ben Lui and changes its name several times before it passes through Loch Tay.
The Tay catchment, with everything from the open waters of Loch Tay to specific rapids further down the river, offers a wide variety of opportunities to paddle all types of canoe and kayak craft and hosts regular national and international competitions and events. The River Tay also offers exciting opportunities for sailors, rowers, water skiers and many other water users.