Whether a cyclist, golfer, canoeist or just a plain old walker during your stay at Dykenamar there will always be things to do! Below we have highlighted some of the main outdoor activities available across the Island. For those wishing to take in the attractions and learn more about the History of Bute, please see the "History" link on your left.
There are several bays located around Bute:
The West Island Way is Scotland's first official island long distance
footpath and was opened in 2000 to celebrate the turn of the millennium. You
could walk it in one epic, two, three, four or even five days.
The Bird's Eye View of Bute website also provides great guidance for various
walks across the island.
The Isle of Bute Angling Association was formed in the early 1970's by Mr Murdo MacKenzie. The Association's objective is the practice, promotion and protection of all forms of angling on the Isle of Bute.
There are cycling events on throughout the year (see the event link on your left) but bikes can be hired from The Bike Shed.
Keen sailors should contact the Isle of Bute Sailing Club.
Kayak Bute cater for novice paddler or seasoned kayakers. The sheltered Kyles of Bute and the open water to the west dominated by the mountains of Arran make the Isle of Bute one of Scotland's world class sea kayaking destinations.
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