Canoe Wales is the national governing body for paddle sport in Wales. We:

  • Represent the interests of our club and individual members
  • Advocate on behalf of the interests of the sport in Wales
  • Provide coaching and development programmes from local to international level
  • Stage national and international competitions.

Rivers

Betws y Coed and Colwyn Bay - Conwy, Clwyd and Elwy Bala and Llangollen - Upper Dee and Lake Bala Llangollen to Chester - Lower Dee, Alun, Ceiriog and Clywedog Aberystwyth and Machynlleth - Dysynni, Dyfi, Rheidol and Ystwyth St David's Area - Nynfer, Gwaun, East and West Cleddau and the Bitches Carmarthen Area - Tywi, Cothi, Taf, Loughor and the Gwendraeths Swansea Area - Tawe, Neath, Afan and Ogmore Cardiff Area - Taff, Ebbw and Rhymney Newport and Brecon - River Usk Monmouth Area - Monnow and Lower Wye Llanidloes and Welshpool - Vyrnwy and Severn Cardigan and New Quay - Teifi, Aeron and Arth Rhayader and Hay-on-Wye - Wye, Lugg, Irfon and Ithon Barmouth Area - Artro, Ysgethin, Eden , Mawddach and Wnion Porthmadog area - Dwyfor, Glaslyn, Dwyryd, Teigl and Prysor Anglesey - Menai Strait and Stanley Embankment Bangor and Caernarfon Area - Anafon, Ogwen, Seiont, Gwyrfai and Llynfi Sketch Map - The Welsh Rivers


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