Guided Canoe & kayak River Wye Trips
Explore the beauty of the River Wye by Canoe or Kayak with an experienced guide, our guided river wye trips are a great way to see some of the best the River Wye has to offer. We provide exciting river trips in The Lower Wye gorge from near Kerne Bridge through to Chepstow by Canoe or Kayak. This particular section of the River Wye is in an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) offering the opportunity to take in stunning scenery whilst meandering through the Wye Valley.
We provide a number of different type of trips ranging from an easy half a day to full day trips or more challenging multi day river trips covering greater distances, all guided trips are accompanied by skilled activity instructors who are highly experienced with many years experience canoeing and kayaking in rivers around the world. They have grown up and lived around the Wye Valley and know this stretch of the River Wye like the back of their hands. They know all the best places to take in the scenery and where to stop off for a spot of lunch.
All of our guided River Wye trips include everything you need; canoes/kayaks, safety equipment, transport to the starting location and of course an experienced river guide. Our guided trips can be organised at any time subject to availability and river conditions at the time. So whether you are seeking a leisurely guided river trip or an opportunity to try a more difficult section of the River Wye, get in touch!
See our Guided trips below
'Canoe the Wye' - The short day trip
This is one of the most stunning sections on the Wye with a variety of scenery, some interesting little rapids and pub stops available for a nice lunch.. The short day trip is 7 miles long, starting at Huntsham Bridge, you descend through the lower Wye 'gorge' as far as Monmouth, The Forest of Dean meets the top of the valley and the forest drops between cliffs to meet the river, there are a few rapids to keep things moving. People generally are amazed they are in the UK! This is a great length of trip for those who like a bit of a challenge but want to save some energy for the evening after. CONTACT US
'Wye Adventure' - The Full day trip
The full day river Wye trip is 14.5 miles. The first part of the day starts at Kerne Bridge near Goodrich Castle and descends past Lower Lydbrook, Coldwell Rocks & Symonds Yat Rock view point. After lunch is Symonds Yat rapids, the fantastic forested valley below past the Biblins then you’ll get back to Monmouth around 4pm. A great long full day trip, you'll be tired after! CONTACT US to book the best full day trip out on the River Wye.
Tour The River Wye - The two day trip
The two day trip starts 20 or 30 miles up the river from Monmouth at Ross-on-Wye for a leisurely trip or Hoarwithy for the longer trip. There are a few options for accommodation on the route. It's a great trip and gives you the chance to relax and travel at the speed of the river whilst appreciating the scenery and spending time with friends. CONTACT US to arrange a River Wye canoe journey you're sure to enjoy.
The Wye Tour 2016 dates- TBC All trips meet at 9am
The Tidal Wye’ - Day Trip
We launch at Brockweir wharf and paddle through Tintern, and past Tintern Abbey on the turning tide to draw us past fantastic forested cliffs like Wyncliff and Wintaurs Leap where climbers can be seen dangling away on our way down to the Boat Inn in Chepstow, just past the magnificent castle. The trip is spectacular and the environment gradually changes with tidal flora and sea birds ever increasing. Highly recommended for more intrepid explorers. In excellent conditions it is possible to meet the Severn and take out below the Severn Bridge on the old ferry slipway. Dates/Timings are tide dependent, please contact us to check favorable dates and times and book your trip.The Tidal Wye 2016 dates: TBC