River Dee

The River Dee is a well known among white water paddlers, with exciting features such as the serpents tail and horseshoe falls. This 68-mile long river is mainly considered a Welsh river. However, there are stretches of it that cross into England. It begins its life in the mountains of…

River Lugg

Rising in Llangynllo, Powys and flowing through the border town of Presteigne, the River Lugg is a popular river with paddlers. With its many weirs, grade 1 white water sections, pretty bridges and river banks, it has something for every paddler. From Presteigne, the river crosses the border into England.…

River Wye

The River Wye is the fifth longest river in Britain. It winds its way from the Welsh mountains to join the River Severn at Chepstow. For much of its length it cleaves a gentle split between England and Wales. The Wye is one of the finest lowland landscapes in Britain,…

River Taf

Rising on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the River Taf flows south straight into Cardiff Bay. There are quite a few sections of rapids along the river. Be sure to check river levels before heading out as certain stretches can be susceptible to faster rapids in high…