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open canoeing on Lake Windermere
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Choose from a variety of waterways to enjoy your canoe or kayak adventure in the Lake District, Cumbria
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The lakes of the Lake District

Where will you go for your next canoe and kayak adventure?


Ullswater connects Pooley Bridge with the villages of Glenridding and Patterdale and is overlooked by Striding Edge and Helvellyn.  One of our favorites

Windermere is England's largest and most famous lake stretching 10.5 miles from Fell Foot in the South to Ambleside at the north end, and has great exploration and journeying potential

Coniston Water is the home of Swallows & Amazons and Donald Campbell's Blue Bird water speed record attempts. Stunning views of Coniston Old Man & Wetherlam

Derwent Water by Keswick in the North is a gem and blessed with a variety of islands for exploring. 360 degree mountain views all day long

Thirlmere is actually a reservoir but still classed as a lake and if you are looking for solitude then this is the place to go - great parking and easy launching within 30 metres

Our canoes and sea kayaks can be collected from Ullswater or delivered to a location of your choice

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