CANI Recreational Paddles:
CANI Members – Free
Non-Members – £10.00
CANI members – £10.00
Non-Members – £15.00
These recreational paddles organised by the Canoe Association of Northern Ireland are suitable and open to all! From first time paddlers to competing professionals. We are delighted each year, to see individuals, families, clubs and paddlers of all ages and abilities taking part. These social paddles offer perfect opportunities to get to know other paddlers making them ideal for individuals but also lots of fun for the whole family.
You can take in the views from a water-level perspective and see a wonderful variety of wildlife you wouldn’t normally experience.
A great way to enjoy the outdoors from the water to help improve your health and wellbeing.
Do you have a Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP)?
Do you have Sit on Top? Do you have a Canoe or Kayak? If your answer is yes! Come along and join us on these relaxing and enjoyable paddles.
If you don’t have a boat, open canoes and kayaks are available to hire from CANI.
Note: When hiring a boat, this will include paddles and buoyancy aids.
To book onto a CANI Recreational Paddle, please follow the booking link.
Note: If you are a CANI member the price you see before adding to cart is the price you will pay. In the cart it will show at full cost but in your Order Summary you will see the discounts.
This trip and equipment must be booked before 5.30pm Wednesday 20th September 2023.
You will receive an email on Thursday 21st September with final details of trip.
We will meet on Saturday 23rd September at the car park at Swans Bridge on the River Roe for 10.00am start and will finish back at the car park for 3.00pm. The day’s paddle will be relaxed, with a few breaks and pleasant lunch stop in the middle, so please bring a lunch along with you.
All paddles are subject to weather conditions.
The River Roe is located in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. It flows north from Glenshane in the Sperrin Mountains to Lough Foyle, via the settlements of Dungiven, Burnfoot, Limavady and Myroe. The River Roe’s length is 34.25 mile.