A new, exciting digital map is now available through the Go Paddling website, changing the game for paddlers across the UK.
You know what they say 'if you've got it, haunt it'! And we have got a great way for you to exorcise this Halloween on our six Spooky London Paddling Trails.
The certification process for the NEW Personal Performance Awards has designed and developed to create a straight forward, effective and efficient process for both paddlers and providers.
Read through how Geoff's been encouraging his paddlers to work towards independence.
Hear from Laura, who's been running the NEW Paddle Explore Award in Chicago.
Hear from Lee, who's just completed his Paddle Explore Award.
Looking to deliver the Paddle Awards but not sure where to start? Watch these short videos which support and aid Instructors, Coaches, Leaders, Raft Guides and Bell Boat Helms in their delivery of the NEW Paddle Awards.
Women’s Paddling Ambassadors, a hashtag, clothing, a Facebook group just for female paddlers...what’s that all about then? If paddlesport is for everyone, then why are British Canoeing making such a fuss about women?
Eilidh Gibson delivers a hugely successful series of Slalom Inspires event in England, Wales and Scotland.
Last week we told you about the new Desmond Family Canoe Trail which officially launches at the end of August. To celebrate the trail launch, women's paddling ambassador Skye De Wilde took on the trail in two different ways...
TeamAA otherwise known as Addi and Athina are no strangers to great adventure, having previously undertaken massive paddles together – canoeing the Leeds-Liverpool canal and rafting 65k of the Lancaster canal. After their canal adventure last year was scuppered by drought, they’re back this summer in a blockbuster canoe they made themselves in just four weekends!
A five-year youth project to create the UK’s first coast to coast canoe trail reaches a climax this month with a fortnight’s celebrations organised by the Canal & River Trust charity across the entire 162 mile route, from Liverpool in the West to Goole on the Humber estuary.