For today’s paddlers, the route offers many opportunities from a grand extended tour over weeks to an afternoon logging another section of the diverse waters it covers.
For clubs and groups the Trail offers the possibility to adopt local lengths. These groups can contribute local knowledge to the online route, which is part of PaddlePoints.net.
The ambition is that the ten British Canoeing regions that the trail passes through will organise the adoption of short lengths by local canoe clubs and paddling groups. The aim will then be, that these clubs set a date each year when they invite paddlers to come and share ‘their’ section with them ether for a day or weekend. A couple of years down the line it would be great to set one weekend a year when all of the trail is paddled by lots of groups of paddlers doing different sections over the same two days.
The beauty of the Trail is that Membership of British Canoeing includes the licence which covers all of the waterways paddled on the trip.
• A downloadable log book to keep a record of which sections you have completed and to plan which section to do next. (COMING SOON).
• An online calendar where opportunities to paddle sections of the route will be posted. CLICK HERE
• Links to the sections of mapping plotted on PaddlePoints.net. CLICK HERE
• A page for sharing useful links on information, planning, good places to stop and accommodation.
• A linked FaceBook page, which provides space for paddlers to post pictures, comments, blogs and plans for all things ‘Bliss’.
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