Paddling. kayak, canadian canoe and sea kayak
We have kayaks, open canadian canoes and sea kayaks, go on a journey or work on your skills. You should be able to go away with a B.C.U. ( British Canoe Union) Star Award with a few days tuition. We use Windermere, Coniston, Derwentwater and Ullswater, but if you want to get away from those speedboats and steamers. Come with us onto the quiet gems Thirlmere, Buttermere, Bassenthwaite, Crummock Water, Ennerdale and Wastwater.
BCU Star Awards 1 Star, 2 Star, and 3 Star.
B.C.U. Coaching Awards Trainings and Assessments.
2 Day Introduction Course.
Day 1. Basic skills and journey on Wastwater.
Day 2. a.m. B.C.U. Star Award skills and assessment. p.m. introduction to moving water and river skills.
We do half day ' Come and try it ' sessions through to multi day expeditions and skills courses.
Pick and Mix two different activities on our 'Multi Activity Day'.
Kayak. This is a single seat, highly maneuverable boat. Ideal for paddling on moving water, rivers, surf and white water.
Canadian Canoe. Our 16ft boats are highly maneuverable can be paddled solo or by 2 / 3 persons. On stillwater or easy grade white water they are capable of carrying large loads, which makes them ideal for journeying and camping trips.
Two canoes can be rafted together (very simply) to make a very stable craft ideal for young children or the unsure which can be paddled or sailed.
Sea Kayaking These long sleek boats are based on Inuit kayaks that are used in the seas around Greenland and the Arctic Circle. They move quickly through the water and are excellent for long journeys and expeditions. You can load the watertight compartments with all your kit for a weeks expedition, or just throw in a packed lunch to explore the lakes and lochs on a daily basis. They are a great way to explore the larger lakes, lochs and sea lochs.
U.K. Tel. 019467 26424