Take a look at the British Canoeing 'Canoe Near You' map for canoe trails, which are ready planned out routes with information on parking, put in points, toilets and food-stops. With over 130 trails across the country, there's plenty to keep you going.
You can also take a look at the rivers and waterways your British Canoeing license covers you to paddle and plan your own self guided adventure.
Your British Canoeing membership allows you to paddle the Canal and River Trust waterways too... check out their fantastic resources and plan a route from one of their bases.
Or why not try one of the challenge routes for something more epic?
There's plenty of options... so what are you waiting for? Get planning!
The waterways and oceans are the canoeists playing field and the places where we go canoeing can vary widely, unlike other sports. From rivers and canals, to regatta lakes, pitches, play spots and white water courses; from man made to natural, remote to urban. There is truly something for everyone.Read more →
If you want to canoe on many of our rivers and canals you will need a licence to do so. British Canoeing has teamed up with navigation authorities who manage the waterways to offer British Canoeing members a great rate for a waterway licence in England. Included with your British Canoeing membership is a licence to paddle over 4,500km of rivers and canals.Read more →