Choose one of three extreme races across the Pennines, all starting and ending in Sowerby Bridge
Paddle through a fascinating blend of old industrial landscapes and nature-rich habitats, as this bustling stretch of water wends its way south towards the Thames.
Embark on this exhilarating journey through two countries, two tunnels and across two breathtaking aqueducts.
Paddle a lock-free stretch of water, passing downlands etched with chalk figures, peaceful hamlets and charming landscapes untouched by modernity.
Take a lock-free canoe safari along the oldest working canal in Britain, which is thought to have originated with the Romans.
Set out to explore the ‘Curly Wurly Canal’, on this 8.5 mile paddle through gentle suburbs, attractive countryside and coal mining heritage.
Wind through sleepy farmland and handsome hamlets, pulling in at cosy cafés, on this tranquil stretch of water just north of Garstang.
Paddle this quiet 8.5-mile stretch of water from Stockton-on-Tees to the charming town of Yarm, passing industrial heritage sites and wildlife-rich riverside meadows.
Author Joe Minihane examines nature’s power to heal – speaking with therapists who incorporate time outdoors into their work, and visiting a memorable place along the River Stort.
When the weather gives you an unexpected day off, it’s the perfect excuse to explore a new stretch of waterway