Bala Watersports

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Bala
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Plas Y Brenin - 19 miles

PGL - Boreatton Park - 31 miles

Sea Cadets Crosby - 46 miles

Ty Nant Outdoors Ltd - 20 miles

CMC Adventure - 22 miles

Hire a Canoe - 34 miles

Eila Wilkinson Sea Kayaking & Surfski - 46 miles

MYA Outdoor Education Centre - 49 miles

Urdd Gobaith Cymru - 3 miles

Thomos Outdoor World - 21 miles

DRUMMOND OUTDOOR - 38 miles

Canal & River Trust - 40 miles

South Liverpool Sea Cadets - 42 miles

The L20 Hub - 45 miles

Lakeside Boathouse - 47 miles

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Lake Bala (Llyn Tegid)

Surrounded by the hills of Snowdonia, Lake Bala, or Llyn Tegid in Welsh, is the largest lake in Wales. The lake makes up part of Three Lakes Challenge, which also includes Loch Awe in Scotland and Windermere in England. Situated to the south west of the small town of Bala,…

Lake Vyrnwy

As soon as you drop into the valley and catch a glimpse over Lake Vyrnwy you'll be awe-struck. Nestled amongst thick, dense forest, this huge lake has many hidden secrets. Just to the north of the lake you'll find incredible waterfalls for a brilliant hike. And just a little further,…

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…

Llangollen canal

The Llangollen Canal is an impressive stretch of canal and will tick many boxes with paddlers. It’s 46 miles in length, making it great for multi-day trips should you wish. It’s cross country, with the canal crossing the England/Wales border. Furthermore, it starts just west of Crewe where it meets…

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