The club is very active and runs a varied programme of trips and events throughout the year. You will find trips to suit most people from complete beginners through to hardcore paddlers.
The club also holds regular pool sessions throughout the winter which offer the opportunity to learn and practice skills in a warm and safe environment.
In addition to the events that you will see listed here the club likes to encourage paddlers to arrange and undertake further trips in small groups, so if you fancy a paddle then ring around a few members, or post something on the club forum and you are sure to find some people who are keen.
21 May, 2013 | Sue
Fifteen club members will set out this weekend, for a week's paddling,to the attractive town of Entraygues sur Truyere, situated on the confluence of the rivers Lot and Truyere in the Southern Central Massif.
The region is not well known but is very beautiful, with steep wooded valleys, ancient settlements and moderate white water. The local town is Entraygues sur Truyere and you can have a look at it here http://www.tourisme-entraygues.com/fr/loisirs/canoe-kayac-rafting.php
The paddling is moderate and safe, with simple rapids and long pools below. There are some nice play waves and one big bouncy constriction rapid to encourage skills development, so not boring. There are some long remote stretches on this river so some memorable day trips available. There is never a guarantee of good flows but this early in the season, with dam controlled releases, the paddling should be good.