There are so many special places to go canoeing in the UK. We aim to help provide the inspiration and the knowledge to help you get out there and go paddling!
In this area you will find information on British Canoeing Canoe Trails; our mini guides to waterways, providing all the information you need to get you on an adventure! We are continually adding new trails each month, so keep your eyes peeled for new routes.
You will also find info on British Canoeing’s own special Places to Paddle portfolio as well as canoe hire and camping.
Just looking for information on the rivers and canals you can paddle with your British Canoeing membership? Click here for a full list of the waterways licenses included in your membership.
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Places to Paddle News
British Canoeing Joins Key Environmental Network
As part of the new Access and Environmental Charter, British Canoeing has joined the Wildlife and Countryside Link, a unique coalition of more than 48 organisations concerned with the conversation and protection of wildlife in the countryside.
Incident Reporting Online Form
British Canoeing have updated the online incident reporting form which provides all paddlers, not just British Canoeing members, the opportunity to report all canoeing incidents and near misses.
A Joint Statement on Access from the Board of British Canoeing, Ivan Lawler and Pam Bell
The Board of British Canoeing is pleased to issue this joint statement with Ivan Lawler and Pam Bell, which outlines our plans and proposals to address the challenges around access and the right of navigation in England.
British Canoeing seeks volunteers to shape the future of recreational touring
Are you passionate about outdoor recreation and canoe touring? British Canoeing is looking for volunteers to form a new Recreational Touring working group in England.