It started with a plan on the back of an envelope; as all great plans do! Truro Canoe Race Club wanted a challenge which any of their members could take part in and the British Canoeing Three Lakes Challenge fitted the bill perfectly.
A once in a lifetime expedition opportunity for one young teenager has fueled the opportunity to carry out a mammoth clean-up effort along the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads this summer.
This weekend British Canoeing were at Keswick Mountain Festival along with volunteers from West Cumbria Canoe Club and the local regional development team, to encourage people to get on the water and give paddling a go. Take a look at our photo gallery!
Hundreds of paddlers headed to The National Water Sports Centre this weekend for Paddle in the Park. There was plenty on offer; from white water workshops and fun competitions, to having the chance to demo the latest boats and equipment from top manufacturers in our trade village.
Pam Philips is one of our Women's Paddling Ambassadors - chosen for her passion and enthusiasm for white water. Here she talks to us how getting into paddling in her sixties has changed her life.
On Tuesday 29th May, British Canoeing joined the Canal & River Trust following their recent re-brand, to demonstrate just one way of using the canal to keep fit and active.
Pip Stewart is an adventurer, journalist and presenter. Her latest challenge, alongside seasoned adventurers Laura Bingham and Ness Knight, saw her become one of the first people ever to paddle the length of the Essequibo River in South America from source to sea. We caught up with Pip ahead of this to discuss her latest expedition and pick up her top tips for hitting the water and taking on your own adventure.
Saturday 19th May 2018 was a busy day in England. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married, the FA Cup Final took place and most importantly, the British Canoeing Women’s Paddling Ambassadors were launched!
National Go Canoeing Week is fast approaching and there are lots of ways to get involved!
British Canoeing launched their newest Challenge Route at the end of April and within no time two adventurous folk were the first to get their names on the leaderboard.
With glorious, long sunny days in abundance at the moment, what better time to try one of the three new Canoe Trails released by British Canoeing?!