Wye Canoe? : Canoeist Guide to the River Wye Spiral bound
Part of the Environment Agency Science Report series
The Wye Valley attracts many thousands of visitors each year and the river is a popular resource for sport and recreation.
About 250km long, one of the longest rivers in Britain and perhaps the most popular for paddlers of canoes and kayaks in the UK.
It is popular for long distance touring, recreational paddling and white water paddling - including the rapids at Symonds Yat which is a nationally important site owned by the British Canoe Union.
This is the 12th edition of "The Canoeists' Guide to the River Wye", published by the Environment Agency Wales which is the navigation authority responsible for the Rivers Wye and Lugg - it is their job to look after the environment and navigation for these rivers.
The guide provides a comprehensive overview and the latest practical information to help plan a trip
- Format: Spiral bound
- Pages: 62 pages, colour photos, OS maps
- Publisher: Environment Agency
- Publication Date: 27/09/2008
- Category: Canoeing & kayaking
- ISBN: 9781844329144