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Q: Do you provide the gear?
A: Yes we provide the kayak, paddle, bouancy
aid, cag top, wetsuits, spray decks and
helmets even dry bags to take your lunch
Q: Do we need to bring anything?
Swim wear and wetsuit boots or old trainers.
You will need to provide your own lunch,
a garage is close by. The remaining course
fee with a will to learn and have fun.
Q: What time does the course
start and finish?
A: 9.30 in the morning at the river location, the course normally finishes around 3.30-4pm
Q: How many people on the course?
A: We like to keep the group size small
to provide individual coaching. Our maximum
group size is 8 with 2 instructors, we mainly
keep to 6 or below.
Q: Will the course be cancelled if not enough
A: No unless the course requires a certain
number of candidates to run as in star award
assessments. Otherwise we will still run
the course if your the only paddler booked
Q Do I need previous
A: No our introduction courses are designed
to safely train you to be confident and
in control of the kayak. We also enjoy helping
paddlers progress to there first river trips
on Grade I/II white water
Q: Is there any discount offered?
A: Yes for group bookings of 4 or more and
multiday bookings receive a £10 discount
per place per day.
Q: Can we book a flexible course
A: If your booking in advance there is a
good chance you can get your own preferred
course date. The course will then be advertised.
Q: Are there any facilities?
We are currently between locations and meet next to the river. There is limited parking and public toilets.