I’m currently working on planning the route for the canoe trail via the river only without using the canal network, this will mean working out where we can and can’t shoot the weirs. This video is of our first attempts to master the Battyeford weir in a K2 marathon kayak, just upstream of Pennine Canoe…Details
Notice Details From Date: 6th November 2017 at 08:00 To Date: 15th December 2017 at 16:00 inclusive Type: Navigation Closure Reason: Repair Description: Lock Chamber brickwork repairs and Lock Landing re-build. Location: Calder & Hebble Navigation Starts At: Lock 27, Thornes Ends At: Lock 27, Thornes Up Stream Winding Hole: Immediately upstream of Lock 27…Details
The team from the Calder & Hebble Canoe Trail have now completed the new canoe jetty at Saville Town basin in Dewsbury. This allows paddlers to visit the wonerfull marina in Dewsbury with its pub and cafe, or start out from here if they ony wish to do part of th trail.
We are planning on doing the first full length paddle of the Calder & Hebble Canoe Trail on Saturday 1st July, if anyone wants to join us. The plan is to leave Sowerby Bridge at 10am and hopefully complete the full 21 miles to Wakefield by mid afternoon, please feel free to contact David on firstname.lastname@example.org…Details
Sean Guy, the Mayor of Mirfield, joined us before leaving the Pennine CRC jetty at Battyefor on our Inaugural paddle of the Calder & Hebble Canoe Trail today. Thanks to Mirfield Town Council for all their support and to Sean for meeting us for breakfast at the Pear Tree before taking to the water.