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Canoeing and Kayaking in the Lake District

Whether you fancy a serene paddle on Coniston Water (it can get choppier than you think) or facny tackling the rapids on the river Brathy near Ambleside, there's canoeing and kayaking for all levels in the Lake District.   

Some rivers and waters have restrictions, so it's best to check first.

Any water based activity can be hazardous and have potentially fatal consequences. Please make sure that you're properly equipped and if you're uncertain of your ability, book a course or some time with a recognised instructor.
 

River Deep Mountain High Canoeing & Kayaking
River Deep Mountain High Canoeing & Kayaking
"Welcome to River Deep Mountain High. Established in 2003, providing an excellent outdoor...

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Aiguille Alpine
Aiguille Alpine
Welcome to the world of Aiguille Alpine equipment. Aiguille was established by Adrian Moore in 1987 in the spare room of his house, and moved to Staveley Mill yard in 1991. As the business expanded, Aiguille moved within the yard, and now has a factory shop alongside the manufacturing workshop. Aiguille was born out of the desire to climb. High standards of excellence in rucksack design and construction were required to cope with the demands of mountaineering, be it on British crags,...... more
Coniston Boating Centre
Coniston Boating Centre
Right on the shores of Coniston Water, just outside the village of Coniston itself, Coniston Boating Centre is a great place to go for a day out in the lake district. You can hire electric or rowing boats, canoes, kayaks, and dinghys, learn to sail, store or launch your own boat, and even get boat repairs done. If you don't fancy spending time on the lake, it's an ideal spot for an afternoon picnic too. No picnic basket? you're in luck, the Coniston Boating Centre is also the home of the...... more
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