Tim Gent shares his passion for cooking over an open fire. Gathering and preparing the wood and kindling, lighting and tending the fire, cooking techniques and favourite recipes are all covered.
In this book Tim Gent shares his enthusiasm for and experience of travelling and camping from an open canoe.
Ray Goodwin is one of the most respected canoeing coaches in the UK if not the world! This book offers a comprehensive guide to all aspects of open boating.
A complete introduction to open canoeing. Discover Canoeing is a journey through the sport of open canoeing, its history, the modern canoe and the future.
An illustrated guide to some of the finest tours of northern England’s waterways, from the North Tyne in Northumbria to the Shropshire Union Canal in the West Midlands. Scenic lakes, placid canals and broad rivers, as they can only be seen from a canoe, kayak, or paddleboard.
An illustrated guide to some of the finest tours of southern England’s waterways, from the Grand Union Canal in the South Midlands to the River Tamar in the South West. Scenic lakes, placid canals and broad rivers, as they can only be seen from a canoe, kayak or paddleboard.
An illustrated guide to some of the finest tours of Ireland’s waterways. Wild loughs, placid canals and broad rivers, as they can only be seen from a canoe, kayak or paddleboard.
The Norfolk Broads is a unique wetland environment, with marvellous wildlife and scenery that is ideal for exploring by canoe or kayak. This guide provides all the information you need to plan your journey through this picturesque landscape. Seven rivers and fourteen Broads are described in detail, with information on launching points, local attractions, wildlife and history.
Where can I go paddling? Find the answers right here, with 135 great canoe, kayak and paddleboard trips, 12 cross-Scotland routes, and numerous ‘short easy trips’ in a unique guide for those seeking gentler waters.
Paddle the Spey. This illustrated guide will help you plan your journey along the River Spey, one of the UK’s classic canoe, kayak and paddleboard touring rivers.
An illustrated guide to some of the finest tours of Scotland’s waterways. Wild lochs, placid canals and broad rivers, as they can only be seen from a canoe or kayak. Eddie has chosen his favourite twenty-five inland touring routes and described them in great detail. The routes are beautifully illustrated with numerous colour photos and maps.
An illustrated guide to some of the finest tours of Wales’ waterways. Scenic lakes, broad estuaries and whitewater rivers, as they can only be seen from canoe or kayak.
The book Best Canoe Trips in the South of France by Peter Knowles is a comprehensive guide to summer paddling in the Massif Central region of France. It covers the rivers themselves, providing a detailed description of most sections, and a guide to the area off the river, including campsite, culture and restaurants in the area.
This is an inspiring, high quality guidebook for the South East of England. It is written for the recreational, non-specialist paddler and the trips are suitable for all kinds of canoes, kayaks, sit-on-tops and inflatables. The guidebook will also be useful for group leaders planning organised trips.
After many years of being out of print and not having a guide book to help you on your Welsh canoeing explorations. The Welsh Rivers Guidebook is now back! The Welsh Rivers Guidebook is the perfect comprehensive guide for kayaking in Wales. It covers over 180 rivers and this will give in excess of 2000 kilometres of paddling from river source to sea.
The English White Water Kayak Guide by Pesda Press certainly answers the question of where to kayak in England. This updated and very informative guidebook covers many areas including the South West, South East, North West, North East and many places in between.