Join us in this CAP’s 20th Year and enjoy the varied programme we have lined up for you!
We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on the water.
The frequency between trips can be a bit variable (to fit in with the availability of our trip leaders) but we always aim to offer a varied and action packed programme of events.
Some trips maybe subject to minimum or maximum numbers or need a certain level of ability to participate.
A relatively short and easy paddle weaving our way through the Wey backwater between Shalford and Guildford.
That brilliant GEM of an urban paddle, swift water, paddling under a house, over a pipe, avoid the shopping trolleys and descend into the darkness of the 700 metre long Tunnel, will you come out the other end?
Fantastic paddling, a wide choice of rivers amidst fantastic scenery!
Location to be decided dependent on water levels. Watch this space!
A chance to continue developing your Whitewater skills. Location TBC
Beautiful Essex scenery, enjoying shooting up to five differently shaped weirs and riding the fast waters below. A CAP adventure!
We're paddling from Brockham to Leatherhead around Boxhill and past the Stepping stones. Needs water - location may change.
Some of the best rivers in the UK, fantastic whitewater plus some lovely milder Grade 2 - 3 with time to chill and take in local attractions, maybe a brewery, castle or other Scottish treats!
This can be a stand alone week or an extension of the Western Scotland trip. Enjoy the incomparable beauties of Scotland both on sand and water.
A lovely tranquil paddle along the tree lined canal. An easy paddle for all to enjoy, followed by a walk around the ruins of Odiham Castle and then finally relax beside the lake at the local country inn for a chilled post paddle drink and maybe a bite to eat. A perfect Spring day.
Join lots of other paddlers for a weekend of waterborne fun and frolics on the River Dee in North Wales!
A lovely paddle from Hartlake to Yalding, with opportunities to try out exciting canoe shoots along the way.
Ride the flowing water, lunch stop with a view of Concorde opposite Brookland Aircraft Museum then onward to Weybridge.
From the 8 arched bridge we paddle through the South Downs and then have fun playing on the gentle sloping Weir
On a lovely paddle through North Wales. Enjoy the different way of paddling!
We have a range of club boats, paddles, spray decks and cagoules that you’re welcome to use on any club trips. This isn’t exhaustive, but here’s a list of kit you may need on trips. Ask the trip organiser in advance if you’re not sure what to bring or don’t have a piece of kit that you think you’ll need: