Outdoor Activities

With magnificent mountains, glens, sea lochs, islands and coastline to explore, the region is ideal for outdoor activities. Argyll provides a stunning backdrop for all kinds of activities and there's plenty to suit all fitness levels.

The area is superb for walking. You can enjoy a gentle stroll along the shore in front of Seabank or wander through our grounds to the Scottish Wildlife Trust's Reserve which is a great place to look for wildlife.

Enjoy walking on the sand at Tralee beach or follow the trails on Ben Lora for rewarding, panoramic views over the Firth of Lorn, followed by coffee and cakes at the Ben Lora Cafe in Benderloch village, just 2 miles from Seabank.

For the experienced hill walker there are many Munros within an hour's drive from Seabank including the rugged beauty of Glencoe and the highest mountain in the UK, Ben Nevis.

Detailed information on walks to suit all abilities is available at Walkhighlands

The single track roads around Seabank are perfect for bike rides and the recently completed cycle path offers a short circular route to the village of Benderloch. For the keen cyclist there are numerous forest tracks to explore such as Sutherland's Grove in Barcaldine. You can visit Explore Argyll and the Isles for information on cycling routes and trails.
Cycle Hire is available locally.

Argyll's rugged coastline, stunning sea lochs and breathtaking beaches provide an ideal environment for watersports. The shore in front of Seabank is ideal for launching kayaks and small boats. Several companies in the area offer kayak hire.

The area is great for fishing enthusiasts of all levels and ages. From the shore in front of Seabank you can fish in Loch Creran. Sea-angling trips, fly fishing tuition and loch fishing are all available locally. Guided fishing trips are available from Fishinguide.

There are many golf courses nearby, including the 18 hole course in Oban. Smaller courses are available at Ballachulish, Dalmally and Taynuilt amongst others.