Category: Trip Reports

Ivel Trip Report

15 of us had a fantastic day on this river. Well actually Spelthorne Canoe Club asked if they could join us, so there were 7 of them and 8 from Nomads. We had a sunny...

Wey Trip Report

Three Nomads braved 12 miles of flat Surrey water on sunday to enjoy beautiful, leafy stockbroker belt countryside, the industrial architecture of the Wey Navigation and the remains of Brooklands racing circuit. The natives...

Dee Trip Report

This was advertised as an introduction / intermediates white water trip. We had a mixture of abilities which complimented each other well. There were 6 of us with 3 guest appearances. Myself Peter Scott,...

Upper Wye Trip Report

On the 14th and 15th of January five Nomads paddled the Upper Wye between Builth Wells and Glasbury and between Newbridge on Wye and Builth Wells, two very good trips. It was Anthony and...

Abbey Stream Trip Report

          Ten Nomads braved fog, weed and pathetically mild temperatures for a Christmas trip up the Thames at Laleham and down the Abbey stream. We stopped half way for an...

Ivel Trip Report

On the 13th of  November Ian Walker led seven nomads to the Ivel in Bedfordshire. They had a great time and some who hadn’t been there before enjoyed their first experience of the ‘high’...

Dart Trip Report

On the 5th and 6th of  November Nick Moore led four nomads to the Dart in Devon, which they found at a very low level. Despite the lack of water, they paddled the loop...

Hurley trip report

On saturday ten Nomads led by Peter Scott went to the Thames at Hurley to learn and improve moving water skills. It was a great trip, everyone loved it and got on well with...

Symond’s Yat trip report

High water levels at Symonds Yat last weekend, which meant that the rapids were slightly washed out and the water was a murky brown colour. Thanks to Steve S, Pav, Martin, Peter, Steve G...

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Boulter’s lock trip report

On sunday seven Nomads and two friends enjoyed a beautiful sunny day on the Thames between Boulter’s Lock and Cliveden led by Peter Scott. The river was flowing very fast making the upstream paddle...

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