£60 per canoe
Lucksall to Hoarwithy
Our most popular trip down a scenic and gentle stretch of the river that takes in gentle rapids, sweeping bends and spectacular scenery, before finishing on the gravel beach at our operating base at Tresseck campsite
Enjoy a great journey down a scenic and gentle and stretch of the river. From Lucksall you will meander behind the village of Fownhope to the gentle rapid of Lee Brink. You now head out around a huge loop in the river taking you past the banked village of Ballingham and under Caplor Woods.
From here you head towards Carey islands and the ruins of the former railway bridge. Your destination is just after Hoarwithy bridge on the right hand bank where a gravel beach and steps mark the end of your journey. Camping is also available here with our friends at Tresseck Campsite.
Just 250 metres from the landing point is the New Harp Inn who serve great food and local ales. This trip is also popular for social or work outings where catering can be organised for you.
This trip takes approximately 3 hours to complete with morning and afternoon departures available 7 days a week from April 2022.
Hoarwithy to Ross-on-Wye
If you prefer a less taxing day paddle, or just want more time to chill out on the bank to skim stones or picnic, this is the trip for you.
Launching at our base at Tresseck Campsite in the beautiful village of Hoarwithy, head downstream skirting past the village of Sellack, under its Victorian suspension bridge and on towards the pillars of the old railway bridge at Strangford. Before long How Caple, well known for its Court Gardens, will pass by as you head through the Inglestone Estate, respecting the fabled salmon pools and the fisherman who travel from far and wide in search of an elusive catch.
Continue through the fast water past the tranquil hamlet of Hole-in-the-Wall and pass underneath another elegant pedestrian suspension bridge at Foy. After a sweeping bend the sandstone pillars from the remnants of Backney Bridge mark the last stretch of the journey before your final destination, the picturesque market town of Ross-on-Wye, appears perched above the Wye.