Category: River Guides


Great intermediates race in south Wales. Higher water levels give good wave chains.


The Tay is a classic wildwater racing venue. A very wide river it produces highly European style whitewater at high water levels, with very long wavelengths. There are twi distinct…
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The Tees is a great ww venue when there is a good level of water, however it can be subject to rapid rise and fall of levels. A series of…
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Racing no longer takes place on the river Teme, but this river provides long stretches of grade 2+ water which is great for training. Access on the Teme in recent…
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Trent (HPP Whitewater Course)

An artificial whitewater course on the Trent at Nottingham. A sprint course and ausefule resource for whitewater paddling in the summer months when natural whitewater is scarce in the country.…
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Trent (Stone)

The Stone River Race Course is located on the upper Trent at Stone in Staffordshire. It is held on a 3.5km stretch of the river between the Darlaston Inn (located…
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The Tryweryn is a great resource for Wildwater racing as it is one of the very few quality rivers that are available through the summer period. The upper site and…
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A Racing classic. The river Usk rises in the mountains of south Wales to the west of Brecon. It flows generally west to east past Sennybridge, Brecon, Crickhowell an Abergavenny,…
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A short classic race with small chop all the way down the course, great fun and deceptively tricky to get really clean lines. There are three main features; a small…
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Whilst the Wye is not used any more for racing (there used to be a popular descent race in the autumn), it is a good piece of training water. The…
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