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River Exe

Grade: 1-2 with numerous weirs On the River Exe note the large weirs between Bickleigh Bridge and Haven Banks Quay. Rising near Simonsbath on Exmoor in Somerset, the River Exe is a beautiful paddle through largely untouched countryside. Flowing south from the source for around 60 miles, the river reaches…

River Barle

Grade: 2-3 The River Barle, and the valley it runs through, are designated biological sites of scientific interest. The pretty, mainly grade 2 classified river, flows through several beautiful areas with rare plants and kingfishers. There are several sections to note on the river. The sections of the River Barle…

River East Lyn

Grade: Ranges from 3 - 5 The River East Lyn section from Malmsmean to Brendon is Grade 3. The sections from Brendon to Watersmeet and Watersmeet to the sea is Grade 4 - 5.  The River East Lyn is a popular paddling spot for white water paddlers running through Exmoor…

Grand Western Canal

An opportunity to paddle through beautiful Devonshire countryside with no locks or portages. The Grand Western Canal was born of an idea to link the Bristol and English Channels. Never entirely completed it was instead used to supply limestone and coal to lime kilns. Although spring fed there is no…

River Tone

A river in Somerset, the River Tone runs for 21 miles through beautiful countryside. It rises in the Brendon Hills and flows through to Clatworthy Reservoir. From here it flows through Taunton and sprawling countryside. The river ends when it flows into the River Parrett at Burrowbridge. The river was…

River Parrett

The River Parrett is a river in the South West of England, flowing through Dorset and Somerset. It rises in the hills around Chedington in Dorset, before flowing North West. It continues on from here to Burnham-on-Sea before flowing into Bridgwater Bay Nature Reserve and into the Bristol Channel. The…

River Brue

The River Brue begins life in Brewham, Somerset and flows into the sea at Burnham-on-Sea, stretching for some 31 miles. It's a pretty little river with a slow flow, ideal for those looking to explore at a steady pace. Points of interest on the River Brue There are several points…

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