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A Canoe & kayak coach with a student kayaker
If you're looking for features and articles on canoe & kayak coaching you'll find them here.  From the BCU Star Awards to Level 5 assesments and everything inbetween...

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Palm Equipment Canoeing & kayaking Gear for Women

Canoeing & Kayaking Gear For Women - Palm Equipment

Palm Equipment were one of the pioneers for designing canoeing & kayaking kit for women and have now developed a solid range of female-specific gear. We take look at how and why this side of their overall range has developed and speak to some of the

Canoe & kayak Camping Top Tips Setting up a Tarp

Canoe Camping - How to Put up a Tarp

Useful canoe or kayak camping tips on setting up a tarp

Ray Goodwin Open Canoe Coach, author, explorer

An Interview with Open Canoeist Ray Goodwin

Reflection with Open Canoe Legend Ray Goodwin

A Whitewater Kayaker runs Fairy Falls in the Fairy Glen section of the Afon Conwy

A Paddler’s Guide to the Afon Conwy

Co-Author of the Welsh Rivers Guidebook Tom Laws presents a canoeing & kayaking guide to the Afon Conwy in North Wales. Quite possibly the quintessential Welsh whitewater river. With a variety of sections of differing difficulties, the Conwy has

Winter Canoeing & Kayaking Trips

10 Great Winter Canoeing & Kayaking Trips

Don’t let the short daylight hours and plummeting temperatures put a stop to your paddling this season: here are 10 great canoe & kayak paddling routes for winter…

Winter Canoeing & Kayaking Gear

Winter Canoeing & Kayaking - How to Stay Warm and Keep Paddling in Winter Weather

Just because the days are shorter and the average temperatures are plummeting to somewhere south of Baltic, doesn’t mean that you have to hang up your paddle until the spring, here’s a Canoekayak.Co.UK guide to help you stay warm, dry and most