This August British Canoeing are challenging people to paddle 30 or 60 miles throughout the month to claim a free boat sticker. We couldn’t really ask other people to take on the challenge unless we put our money where our mouth is and did it ourselves.
Summer is the best. This year we have the bonus of extra added sunshine! If you want to enjoy the great weather with a paddling adventure but aren’t sure where to start this article is for you! Read on for a dash of inspiration, lashings of ideas and next weeks lottery numbers - ok, not the lottery numbers but the rest of it is there…
Almost 3,000 people took to the water between 2nd – 5th August at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire for the annual Countryfile Live event.
Summer is the perfect time to explore the outdoor playground that nature gives us by canoe or kayak. The variety of craft you can choose to paddle gives endless possibilities. Here are our top tips for getting the most from your paddling fun this summer.
Army veteran, Dan Smith has launched a campaign ahead of a grueling challenge where he’ll kayak the length of Great Britain in a bid to raise £25,000 for The Royal British Legion.
On one of the hottest days of the year, British Canoeing’s Becky and Jenny took to the waters on their iSUPS to discover a brand new British Canoeing trail on the River Soar.
Taking her trusty paddleboard to try out one of the brand new British Canoeing canoe trails, British Canoeing Digital Communications Officer, Becky, writes about her paddle from industrial Nottinghamshire to Bassetlaw countryside.
With the hot weather here to stay after a dramatic few days of torrential rain and thunder storms, we've designed five new trails for you to try over the six weeks holidays following on from the three new trails we launched last week!
Now that summer is upon us, we've designed up three new canoe trails for you to enjoy over the holiday period.
When Hannah Alexander’s close friend Lauren passed away from cancer at just 26 years old she wanted to do something big to honour her memory and energy.
The British Canoeing Three Lakes Challenge requires paddlers to travel the length of the three longest lakes in Wales, England and Scotland. One challenger decided that just wasn't far enough though.