Wow - the water's crystal clear

The Open Canoe Association exists "promote the use of open canoes for independent adventure, exploration, journeying and self-development" - and has a commitment to "work with other organisations which promote a spirit of adventure" - so we've established a partnership with The Paddler eZine to get our great canoe-features to the widest possible audience!

Long term, we'd like to ensure The Paddler has great open canoe content in every issue... preferably spanning the full range from river running / c-boating to coastal canoeing / adventure sailing!

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Crossing England's Backbone by Canoe

From the River Mersey and the Irish Sea to the River Humber and the North Sea via the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and the Aire and Calder Navigation to the Humber Port of Goole - a Trans-Pennine adventure by David Truzzi-Franconi and Steve Seinet-Martin.

Beach Hopping on Elba Island

With a hiss the laden canoes slid off the beach and were embraced by the clear waters of the Golfo Stella - our annual adventure had begun!

...another inspiring tale from members of the Suffolk Open Canoe Group:

Open Canoe Festival 2013

If approached over the ruggedly alpine Parc Naturel Régional du Vercors, and through the short tunnel at Col de Rousset, Paul Villecourt’s beloved Drôme valley offers one of the most stunning vistas in all of France. This was the setting for the 2013 festival.

Crossing England's Backbone by Canoe

From the River Mersey and the Irish Sea to the River Humber and the North Sea via the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and the Aire and Calder Navigation to the Humber Port of Goole - a Trans-Pennine adventure by David Truzzi-Franconi and Steve Seinet-Martin.

Beach Hopping on Elba Island

With a hiss the laden canoes slid off the beach and were embraced by the clear waters of the Golfo Stella - our annual adventure had begun!

...another inspiring tale from members of the Suffolk Open Canoe Group:

Open Canoe Festival 2013

If approached over the ruggedly alpine Parc Naturel Régional du Vercors, and through the short tunnel at Col de Rousset, Paul Villecourt’s beloved Drôme valley offers one of the most stunning vistas in all of France. This was the setting for the 2013 festival.

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