Quenching the Thirst

Every October KCC make a trip down to Devon for the first and foremost club trip of the year – Tony’s Dart Trip. For most of the Club this is the introduction to the white water season and anticipation for the the weekends paddling was high. This year nearly 40 people made the journey down and as is […]

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Levelling Up

It rained towards the end of last week, but annoyingly stopped before the weekend. Still, I thought, all that rain on Friday should leave some rivers full enough to paddle on Saturday. But where to go? Devon was the obvious answer, the Upper Dart would still be lapping around the bottom of the ledge. But […]

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Winter

Looking down on Sunningwell

I’ve just been skiing on the hill behind our village. Didn’t manage to pick up as much speed as I’d hoped and I can see why ski lifts were invented; walking uphill in ski boots is no fun… (Read More)

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Dartmoor

Playing on triple falls

I’ve spent the past two weekends on Dartmoor reacquainting myself with some of the best rivers in the country. It’s been a long summer with none of the unseasonable rain that allowed as much fun as we had the previous year, but now the paddling season seems to of properly started… (Read More)

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A Wooly Weekend

We went to Woolacombe, on the north coast of Devon, for a belated celebration of Dave H’s birthday. His actual birthday, which was several months ago, was spent somewhere over the Atlantic on the return from our California trip and it’s taken until now to get around to celebrating it. I learnt several things this […]

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