This new format will eventually be rolled out across the current suite of 110 trails, as well as new trails, marking a change in the way people can access information on where to paddle. All trails come with vital information such as parking points, toilets, pubs and café’s, portage points and trail length in miles.
The trails also include a geographically accurate illustrated map, detailed written description; licensing and membership information for each specific waterway plus access to a GPX file where people can download the trail straight to their sat nav’s or watches for accuracy when undertaking the trail.
Speaking about the new trails, Ben Seal, Places to Paddle Manager at British Canoeing said: “We are really excited to launch these ten new canoe trails and hope that they will offer even more inspiration to paddlers to get out and go on a canoeing adventure somewhere new – or possibly rediscover a local hidden gem! The team at British Canoeing are really proud of the new look.”
The trails are free to access and download on the British Canoeing website. New trails will be added and updated monthly. The Canoe Near You feature on the British Canoeing website currently hosts 112 canoe trails which can be used to filter trails by location.