Paddling with a disability

Paddling with a disability might sound like a challenge, but it shouldn’t stop you from getting on the water.  To help you, we’ve broken down some of the top worries people have when they want to try paddling for the first time. Take a look and hatch your plan for…

Find local paddle-ability providers

Paddle-Ability clubs and centres offer dedicated support for paddlers with a disability. This British Canoeing initiative seeks to focus on the ability in paddling rather than disability. Many clubs and paddling centres offer opportunities for disabled people. But those with Paddle-Ability affiliation specifically focus on Starter Sessions for paddlers with disabilities. This…

Find local paddling clubs

Paddling clubs can teach you new paddling skills, and are a great way of learning about new places to explore. If you are seeking regular organised activities and want to meet like-minded paddlers, then find your nearest paddling club below. If you are new to paddling you could also try…

Find local paddling centres

Paddling centres offer a range of exciting paddling experiences for beginners and refreshers. These can be anything from taster sessions to guided tours on a range of paddling craft. They are a good place to start for any paddling questions you may have. Use our paddling centres finder below to…