Bath

Bath. We are on the River Avon close to the A36 Cleveland Bridge. The lane is called Cleveland Cottages and the club is at the end of the lane.

Our route allows us to paddle through the Green Heart of the city. We do not venture down to the horseshoe-shaped Pulteney weir which is where most tourists take pictures of the river and of Pulteney Bridge. This stepped weir is very hazardous for SUPs and for this event we stay well clear of the bridge and weir.
The AquaPaddle takes you out of Bath to the North East ending up next to another village in the open countryside.

Sunday

28 Jan 2024 @ 10:00 AM

Finished

Sunday

17 Mar 2024 @ 10:00 AM

Upcoming

Sunday

28 Apr 2024 @ 10:00 AM

Upcoming

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About

AquaPaddle Bath starts under one of Bath’s most picturesque bridges, the Cleveland Bridge. The route then goes upstream towards the Bathampton Mill Pub and return. The participants briefing takes place at 9.20am and please build in time to drop off your. Craft, find a parking space and return.

AquaPaddle Bath is led by Paul and helped by his Fantastic Crew. If you would like to Volunteer and become a member of the local Crew, please contact the local AquaPaddle Captains through the Discord Comms System or email AquaPaddle

The route is upstream through a green corridor to Bathampton Mill and return. Since there is very little boat traffic on this part of the Avon, it will be a very enjoyable paddle. Bath Canoe Club will undoubtedly lead the way.

The Launch point is at Bath Canoe Club. Please leave plenty of time to park and walk to the club, to get set up.

Risk assessment

Upcoming Events

Sunday

17 Mar 2024 @ 10:00 AM

Upcoming

Sunday

28 Apr 2024 @ 10:00 AM

Upcoming

Sunday

19 May 2024 @ 10:00 AM

Upcoming

Sunday

23 Jun 2024 @ 10:00 AM

Upcoming

On site facilities

Parking

Bath Canoe Club is within the Bath Clean Air Zone and charges apply for certain vehicles. Please check before entering the Clean Air Zone on Check your vehicle and pay the charge | Bath and North East Somerset Council

There is no parking at Bath Canoe Club but competitors will be able to drop off their boats and SUPs in our grounds and then drive to a local car park. Please note the lane to the club is very narrow and does not allow 2-way access. We suggest you drop off your craft at least an hour before the event to give yourself enough time to park and walk back to the club.

There is some limited on-street parking and there are Pay and Display car parks within walking distance. Please arrive early enough to drop off, park and walk back to the club.

On-street car parking What3Words link –
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Refreshments

Bath Canoe Club will be open and selling refreshments.

Facilities

Bath Canoe Club has indoor showers and changing facilities. Belongings can be left at the club during the event. There is an indoor seating area if the weather is inclement. There are toilets and changing facilities at the clubhouse.

Getting Here

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