Triple DropWhite water paddling in the UK is dependant on rainfall to bring the rivers up to a suitable level The decision on which section of a river to paddle on Club trips will be made on the day based on the weather forecast and on water levels. Whilst we will do our best to find sections at a suitable level, if the river levels are too low, paddling may be abandoned to avoid environmental damage. If river levels are high either paddling may be abandoned or less experienced paddlers may be told not to paddle.

1st - 3rd February 2019 - only a few spaces left

A gem of a river, with something for everyone. The “Loop” is a red paddle, with a number of Grade 3 rapids (all of which can be portaged) and plenty of play spots.

 1st - 3rd March 2019 - Fully Booked

PaulThe Upper Wye has various sections that can be paddled depending on water levels.  The upstream sections are LLangurig through Marteg and on through Rhayader to Newbridge.  Lower down, Builth Wells and down to Glasbury are easier but can be more sporting when the rain has brought the water levels up a little.

14th - 16th December 2018 - Fully Booked

First drop below SennybridgeIn December we will be making our yearly pilgrimage to the River Usk in South Wales.  This is a scenic touring white water run on mainly grade II water.  There are some grade III drops near Sennybridge, at Mill Falls and at Spuhler’s Folly, although all can be portaged. A good river to practice your boofing!

Judging the water levels in UK rivers is never easy.  There are various gauges that can be viewed over the internet on contacted by phone to check water levels.  For phone numbers and websites ...