A Historic Paddle down the River Thames

An abundance of wildlife

The River Thames is 215 miles and is the second longest river in the UK, the longest being the River Severn. It has 45 navigation locks and accompanying weirs, is fed by at least 50 tributaries and is host to a whole range of wildlife. 

On this leisurely back water paddle, we start at 9am with a briefing, then on the water we share facts about the history of the Thames in this area, the formation of the banks and the wildlife that can be found.

This session gives a flavour of using a stand-up paddle board on moving water and allows for basic technique to be established. 

We stop for coffee and cake along the way and finish the morning by 12.30. This is an experience suitable for all skill level and ages from 10 +.

To find out more about this session please enquire using the contact form.

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