A guidebook covering some of Scottish paddling’s best kept secrets. Forty-five journeys are described in a way that is both inspirational and informative. Details of launching and landing sites, tides and potential hazards are provided and the coast is described in exquisite detail. This means that it can also be used as a kayaker’s ‘pilot’ for any journey they might wish to undertake in this area.
A guidebook for sea kayaking trips in the North West of England, and around the Isle of Man.Published by Pesda Press. Paperback.
Over 570 Irish Islands – a wealth of information on the wildlife, stories and history of the islands. For those wishing to visit in small boats or kayaks there are details of: Landings, Camping, Drinking water and Tidal information.
Scotland's west coast is an undisputed world-class sea kayaking destination. This book challenges the reader to kayak a 500 km route, from the Isle of Gigha off the Kintyre peninsular, to the Summer Isles near Ullapool.
Scottish Sea Kayaking features a collection of 50 sea kayaking journeys around Scotland and the isles.
Fifty journeys are described in a way that is both inspirational and informative. Details of launching and landing sites, tides and potential hazards are provided and the coast is described in exquisite detail. This means that it can also be used as a kayaker’s ‘pilot’ for any journey they might wish to undertake in this area.
The South East of England has a varied landscape of chalk cliffs, pebble beaches, vast expanses of sand, mudflats, and river estuaries. At one extreme the Tidal Thames runs through the densely populated City of London and at the other the deserted North Norfolk coast.
A guide to some great sea kayaking journeys in the South West of England. In this new edition, the south-west coast of England is described in 50 great voyages, from the Isle of Wight to the Scilly Isles to the Severn Estuary.
This guide has stood the test of time very well so this is a reprint (2022) with minor updates and corrections. It is not a new edition so don’t rush out and buy one if you already have it. The title has been changed to Outer Hebrides Sea Kayaking, this is just to make it clear that it is a sea kayaking guide.
Welsh Sea Kayaking is a comprehensive guide that gives information on 50 selected trips along the Welsh Coastline. It covers from the Dee Estuary right down to the Bristol Channel. For each trip it gives information on start points, finish points which also include grid references. High and low water times, tide speeds and also other information such as the local coastguard.
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