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Sea Kayaking the Jurrasic Coast


boatsmainBritain’s most iconic coastal locations is an exciting prospect with Old Harry, the Needles, Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island, Durdle Door, and Lulworth Cove to choose from.

Dates: tbc
Duration: 3 days
Start Location: Poole
Level: Intermediate
Price: tbc
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EARLY BIRD DEAL

Book by (date TBC) for a discount on the standard price and receive FREE British Canoeing 2 Star Training Weekend worth £160*

We require a 25% non-refundable deposit to secure your place and you can pay in installments

* You will need to be available to meet the published dates in Bedford.


Sea kayaking and exploring some of Britain’s most iconic coastal locations is an exciting prospect with Old Harry, the Needles, Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island, Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove to choose from. The Jurassic Coast is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with incredible geology and sites of interest. From the historic Poole Harbour with Brownsea Island, birthplace of the Scouts to the chalk stacks and cliffs at Old Harry it is a Mecca for sea kayaking.

Many of Richard’s adventures, training trips and magazine articles have been featured the Jurassic Coast and the Isle of Wight (his first big sea kayaking adventure). The Needles whilst just outside the Jurassic Coast are another iconic location which featured on BBC1 with Rich and the team before their 1000 mile sea kayak trip.

Explore this beautiful area of Britain’s Coast with Rich and the Canoe Trail team enjoying the locations and sharing his love of the sea and wild areas.

  • Professional instructors and coaching
  • Equipment provided
  • Wild camping (1 night)
  • Locally sourced free-range evening meals
  • Coaching of sea kayak skills

"Canoe Trail took us on an incredible microadventure to Dorset's Jurassic Coast last weekend. The first day was spent giving us our first real taste of sea kayaking, paddling 16 miles from Wareham to Swanage. We had privileged views of a Peregrine Falcon as we rounded the cliffs of Old Harry's Rocks and the day ended with a beautiful sunset as we paddled our way across Swanage bay. Our second day, after a night in a pub and a tee-pee, was spent exploring the coves and caves around Durdle Door and finished with an educating skills and drills session in Lulworth Cove. All in all, an awesome weekend spent in great company with brilliant tuition. I would certainly highly recommend Canoe Trail to anyone looking to get out on to the water! " Ed Taylor