Kayaking in Northern Ireland | Best Places to Kayak in Northern Ireland

Kayaking in Northern Ireland | Best Places to Kayak in Northern Ireland

The enthusiastic paddler will find that exploring Northern Ireland in a Kayak offers some splendid opportunities for all levels of skill. Northern Ireland is blessed with some wonderfully green rolling hills and a rugged and beautiful coastline. Its rainy yet temperate oceanic climate ensures that a great number of rivers, streams and lakes are available…

Kayaking Loch Lomond | A Definitive Paddling Guide

Kayaking Loch Lomond | A Definitive Paddling Guide

Loch Lomond is a magnificent 23 mile long waterway and must-do kayaking destination for the passionate paddler. Situated right at the doorstep to the breath-taking Scottish Highlands, Loch Lomond is bestowed with awesome scenery, abundant wildlife and a rich heritage making it a very popular place for tourism, and for kayaking. Being the largest lake…

Kayaking In The New Forest | All You Need To Know

Kayaking In The New Forest | All You Need To Know

New Forest Kayaking Guide Teeming with flora and fauna it’s no wonder the 220 square miles of the New Forest draws people from far and wide to experience kayaking within its boundaries. Declared a forest by William the Conqueror and featuring in the Doomsday Book the New Forest is a wonderfully diverse landscape where wild…

Kayaking In The Lake District | A Comprehensive Kayakers Guide

Kayaking In The Lake District | A Comprehensive Kayakers Guide

Kayaking in the Lake District The Lake District in Cumbria offers some superb kayaking for the enthusiastic paddler with a varied selection of lakes to explore. Beautiful scenery greets the avid kayaker from the water and whether you are kayaking in a group, or going solo, you’ll definitely find somewhere enjoyable to paddle in the…

Kayaking in Somerset | Best Places to Kayak In Somerset

Kayaking in Somerset | Best Places to Kayak In Somerset

Kayaking in Somerset Somerset has many fantastic and enjoyable Kayaking opportunities albeit probably lesser known than the nearby counties of Devon and Cornwall, but quality paddling options are available. From tackling the tough tidal currents of the Severn Estuary and the Bristol Channel to the tranquillity of kayaking on some of the lesser known rivers…