River Thurne

A beautiful river on the Norfolk Broads, the River Thurne is 7 miles long. It connects several broads to the main ‘network’ making it a great river for a full day of exploring. The river is managed by the Broads Authority, which is included in British Canoeing membership. However if…

River Stort

The River Stort in South East England runs for 24 miles through Essex and Hertfordshire. This lush, green, slow flowing river is perfect for a peaceful paddle. You'll find it's the perfect place for a real life escape to the country. It flows from just south of the village of…

River Tamar

Grade: 2 There are two grade 2 sections: From Greystone Bridge to Horsebridge and from Horsebridge to Gunnislake.  The River Tamar for most part forms part of the border between Devon and Cornwall in the South West of England. It flows for 61 miles from Woolley Moor, Morwenston through to…

River Tees

Grade: 2-6 The most notable section is the waterfall at Cauldron Snout. This is grade 5+/6.  The rest of the sections of the tees range from grade 2-3 with some grade 4 in high waters.  A river in the North of England, the River Tees rises in the North Pennines.…

River Nene

Pronounced ‘Nen’ or ‘Nin’ depending where you’re from, the River Nene is a large river in the Centre/East of England. From source to sea, the river measures around 100 miles, and is the 10th longest river in the UK. Rising in Northamptonshire and flowing North East to the Wash at…

River Ouse in Yorkshire

The River Ouse in Yorkshire is really a continuation of the River Ure. The Ure becomes the Ouse near Linton where it continues to flow through York. It then continues through Selby and Goole before joining the River Trent at Trent Falls. Here it forms part of the Humber Estuary.…

River Severn

The longest river in Great Britain, the River Severn flows for 220 miles from source to mouth. It's a popular spot for paddlers looking for multi-day trips or long touring adventures. As well as being Britain's longest river, it also has one the largest tides in the world at a…

River Medway

The River Medway is a major river in the South East of England in the county of Kent. Stretching from High Weald in Sussex, through Tonbridge and Maidstone, the river ends where it meets the Thames estuary near Sheerness. It is an ideal touring adventure. Great for recreational users and those…

River Spey

Located on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, the River Spey is one of the longest rivers in the UK. The Spey is also classed as the fastest flowing river in Scotland over its entire length, with a constant fast flow and some sections up to grade 3. Paddlers…

River Welland

The River Welland is a pretty, lowland river flowing through Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Rutland and eventually Lincolnshire. This 65-mile river also flows through the towns of Stamford, Spalding and Market Harborough. It's a very picturesque place for a paddle, with much of the river hugged by lush green banks and hedgerows.…