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Kayaking Wales or Wales Kayaking

After many years of being out of print and not having a guide book to help you on your Welsh canoeing explorations. The Welsh Rivers Guidebook is now back!

The Welsh Rivers Guidebook is the perfect comprehensive guide for kayaking in Wales.

Patrick Clissold, Tom Laws and Chris Sladden have spent lots of time improving the new Welsh Rivers book, It has been fully updated, modernized and in certain areas the grades have been adjusted to suit the levels of today's paddling.

It covers over 180 rivers and this will give in excess of 2000 kilometres of paddling from river source to sea.

The new guide to Wales will give paddlers information on what river grades are, how river grades are calculated and what sort of challenges you can expect. It also contains the information / exceptions to this rule. This exception will include things such as waterfalls and weirs

The rivers included within the guide have also been grouped in several different ways. Firstly they have grouped them by catchment and secondly they have then grouped them by river grading. This really does make it easy to find the rivers you want to paddle.

Each section of the river or suggested trip gives you the length of the kayaking trip, the grade of the water, the gradient of the river and and a rating of the level of when the guide was updated for that specific section.

  • General Features
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  • Publisher - Chris Sladden Books
  • Authors - Patrick Clissold, Tom Laws & Chris Sladden
  • Format - Paperback.
  • Pages - 328
  • Publication Date - April 1998
  • Updated - July 2012
  • ISBN 10 - 0951614738
  • ISBN 13 - 9780951614730
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  • South Wales Suggested Runs
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  • Western Valleys
  • Afon Tawe - Page 251
  • Afon Nedd Fechan - Page 266
  • Afon Mellte - Page 269
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  • Eastern Valleys
  • Afon Taf Fechan - Page 293
  • Afon Nant Clydach - Page 290
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  • Usk & Tributaries
  • Afon Senni - Page 230
  • Afon Tarell - Page 238
  • River Usk - Page 235
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