From cold weather clothing considerations to spare clothes and cups of tea, here are our top 10 winter paddling tips.
Six new canoe trails have launched across England with four trails on the River Exe, one trail on the River Wear through Durham, and one for the nature lovers on the Peak Forest Canal on the edge of the Derbyshire Peak District.
As 2017 draws to a close we wanted to celebrate some of the great people who have got involved with Go Canoeing challenges this year.
Places to paddle manager Ben Seal took a journey along the first leg from Brownhills Canoe Centre along the Wyrley & Essington to test the water!
On Saturday 21st October, 53 paddlers took to the waters around Dudley to explore the elusive Dudley and Netherton tunnel system which is only open to canoes and kayaks on a few days a year.
Last year Addi and her daughter Athina paddled their inflatable kayak, Boaty McBoatface, the length of the Leeds Liverpool Canal. The demise of Boaty meant that the Pirates of the Canal needed to dream up a new craft for their next adventure. This time Addi and Athina decided to build and paddle their own raft!
British Canoeing staff Becky and Jenny took to the waters of the River Trent to paddle one of the new spooky canoe trails!
Halloween is fast approaching and we have just the thing to send a shiver down your spine! Five of our trails have been given a spooky makeover, with ghosts and ghouls galore. They are sure to be a scream but will you dare to take one on?!
Did you know that 50% of the plastic we use, we use only once and then throw away? All too often these plastics end up in our waterways, causing huge environmental problems. This summer two ladies decided they wanted to take action.
Working in partnership with Canal & River Trust and Dudley Canal Trust, British Canoeing has developed an exciting underground canoe adventure through the Dudley and Netherton Tunnels.
Pete Barnett is the first person to have completed our Super September 120 mile challenge. We challenged everyone to get out and paddle 120 miles this September and raise funds for Stand Up 2 Cancer along the way.