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Lancaster Canal

Opening in 1819 the Lancaster canal is a 41 mile stretch of canal in the North West of England. If you’re looking for a place to paddle which requires no portages and pretty scenery, the Lancaster Canal is your best friend, as over the whole of the 41 miles, there…

River Lune

Grade: 2-3 (4) The River Lune section from Tebay to Rawthey Confluence is Grade 3 but can reach Grade 4 in high waters. The rest of the river is Grade 2 with the Grade 3 rapids at Halton Rapids.  The 52-mile River Lune is a popular river in the North…

River Kent

Grade: 1-4 plus weirs The River Kent section from Scroggs Bridge to Burneside is Grade 2/3 (4) plus weirs.  From Burneside to Kendal is Grade 1-2 (take note of Gooseholme Weir). From Scroggs Weir to Sedgwick Bridge is Grade 4.  Popular with white water paddlers, the River Kent in Cumbria…

River Leven in Cumbria

Grade: 3-4 (can get as high as 5 in high water) The River Leven in Cumbria is a short river, falling within the historic boundaries of Lancashire. It flows from Windermere approximately 8 miles before emptying into Morecambe Bay. The river is popular with white water paddlers with the section…


As soon as you get onto the 11 mile long lake at Windermere you leave behind the crowds and enter a whole new world of serenity and peace. It is beautiful all year round, but especially in the quieter months of spring and autumn. At these times the lake bursts…

River Duddon

Grade: 3-5 The Upper River Duddon is the highest graded section ranging from Grade 4 to 5 in high water. The middle and lower sections are generally considered Grade 3. A popular river with white water lovers, the Duddon can be found in the Lake District National Park. There are…

Coniston Water

In the shadows of the mountain ‘Old Man of Coniston’ sits the beautiful Coniston Water. It is half a mile wide, close to 5 miles long and 184 feet deep. Coniston Water has three small islands which prove important habitats for natural wildlife, so please do not land on these.…

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