Bridge over the River Wye
Let us take the stress out of trying to hire canoes and transport and campsites for you on our stunning “Bridge over the River Wye” weekend guided
Trip 1. 3rd-5th may 2019 8 spaces
Trip 2. 24th-26th May 2019 4 spaces
There are sections on the River Wye that make this stunning river and an ideal first time introduction to canoeing, or if you have canoed before just want some time outdoors away from the hustle and bustle of life.
We feel passionate that if this is your first time we don’t want you to be put off canoeing as just turning up and hiring worn out canoes etc isn’t going to get you off to a good start.
Let us guide you with qualified guides so you are in safe hands from the start and let us do all the behind the scenes work.
We offer the latest modern equipment, so you truly are getting value for money, and remember you never get a second chance to make a first impression.
This is a beautiful river with so much wildlife to be seen along the way, ranging from endless swans to Buzzards, to salmon leaping out of the water. it is truly beautiful river to be on.
Minimum group size is 4 to run the trip and maximum group size is 8 persons. We can go with larger groups but in our opinion it becomes an armada on the water and not as relaxing.
This is not an endurance event so please do not feel that you have to be an olympian athlete to participate.
However you must be able to swim 25 metres although we do not intend on swimming at all.
Hat and Sunglasses.
Sun cream (waterproof)
1x set of footwear to get wet and a dry pair for the evening.
1 x waterproof jacket and trousers
Knife fork and spoon
2 days worth of food for the canoe phase
One sleeping bag
One roll mat
One small torch
Bag to put it all in
Note spare clothes are advised incase you go for an involuntary swim
Meet at Tresseck campsite at 1800 and there is a great pub nearby so try not to over do it please..
After breakfast safety brief and head off gently down the river.
If you have never paddled before please do not worry, the river has a very gentle flow to it to help you move along, there are no white water rapids on this trip.
We will stop for lunch at some point, and then in the early evening arrive at Ross Rowing club campsite.
Again another pub just 300m walk away if you would rather drink and eat out.
Distance 13 Miles.
leave Ross on Wye and paddle, where again along the way we will stop somewhere for lunch. today is another journey of 15 miles down river towards the Symonds yat area where we will get out and transport you back to the first nights campsite to retrieve your cars.
We will aim to finish by 3pm so that gives you plenty of time to get back home safely.
Uk qualified guide.
Canoes 2 people per canoe.
Paddles 3 x per boat.
Waterproof barrels 1 x 60lt per person.
Campsite fees (but not car parking fees normally £5.00 per night per car)
If you would like to do this trip but do not have all the kit, please don’t let this stop you as we have some kit we can lend you like tents cookers etc.