The Go Paddling website is run and administered by British Canoeing and is designed to provide advice and support for paddlers across England.
The content of the Go Paddling website is provided for general information only. Whilst it is given in good faith and represents British Canoeing’s understanding of the current position in various areas including access, paddling trails, points and challenges, it is not intended to, and does not constitute, legal advice on any matter. It does not take account of individual circumstances, in particular the capabilities of an individual paddler.
Certain information added to the Go Paddling website, including but not limited to, the PaddlePoints section of the website, is added by registered users. Where this is the case, whilst British Canoeing makes reasonable efforts to check, moderate and update the information provided, it makes no representations, warranties or guarantees, whether express or implied, that the content on this website is accurate, complete or up to date.
British Canoeing and Go Paddling respect private property rights and actively discourage paddlers from accessing water through private land unless the appropriate consent or permission has been obtained from the relevant land owner, where applicable.
British Canoeing’s position on access to waterways and the law is set out here in more detail.