Waterski Adventure on Loch Lomond
- Learn to waterski on two skis and skim across Loch Lomond
- As your confidence builds try some manoeuvres including riding the wake
- The session includes the boat, instructor and wakeboard equipment
- A fun activity that is suitable for all ages and abilities
Waterskiing is a high-speed experience skimming the water behind a customised ski boat.
Arriving at the centre at Luss Pier or Rowardennan you’ll meet your instructor for the activity. You’ll start of learning the basics of how to waterski. If you’ve never waterskied before this experience is the ideal way to build your skills at this challenging but rewarding activity. Build your talents and gain confidence on the water.
Out on the water the ski boat will get into position, the tow cable tightens and you’re off. Practice makes perfect and falling into the water is all part of the fun! Will you get up onto the skis? Hone your skills and even start to make turns and ride over the wake.
Situated within the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park this activity takes place in beautiful surroundings. The tree-lined loch offers safe and sheltered waters to take part in an exciting range of activities.
The equipment required for this activity included. All participants will receive a safety induction from a qualified BWSW staff member.
Available at 1 Location
Luss, Loch Lomond
This voucher entitles one person to the experience
Allow 2 hours for the full experience
High wind can effect this experience
Available from March to October
Welcome to wave you off from the pierside
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