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.
The BCU (British Canoe Union) canoe and kayak handbook is a very important book if you are getting into paddlesport. It also works well in conjunction with the BCU Coaching Handbook.
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.
Learn to Roll – Improve your roll – Develop a bomb-proof roll. A visual approach to learning to roll a kayak or developing a ‘bomb-proof’ rough water roll. Rolling is learnt by working through a sequence of exercises to allow the learner to ‘feel’ what is required.
White water safety and rescue for canoeists, kayakers and rafters. A completely revised new edition now in full colour throughout.
A simple, no nonsense book of ideas for kayaking collected by the coaches at Plas Y Brenin - one of the foremost outdoor education facilities in the world.
The BCU (British Canoe Union) Coaching Handbook is a great kayaking publication if you are getting into Canoe or Kayak Coaching. It also works really well with the BCU Canoe and Kayak Handbook.
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.
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