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White Water Lake District: A Canoe and Kayak Guide to the Rivers of North West England Paperback – 14 Sep 2003
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White Water Lake District is simply fantastic - the best quality UK paddling guide yet produced. -- Paddles Magazine, October 2003.
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A key feature of the book is the quality of the maps - each of 147 individual trip descriptions has an accompanying detailed sketch map on the facing page. Numerous drawings, photos, cartoons and drawings make for a book that is a joy to read.
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If you're planning to paddle rivers in the Lake District and nearby areas, you will find this book a very useful resource and I expect it will encourage you to try a wider variety of rivers.
As a novice open canoeist I actually bought this (and consider it good value) for the info on the Grade 1/2 rivers as well as all the lakes - it has all the things I was trying to find out but didn't know who to ask. The descriptions with route stars, scenery info and access agreements has been hugely useful for a novice who doesn't want to get into trouble for running down the river from Keswick to Portinscale after 4pm in summer, or going onto Bassenthwaite without the right permit
Updates Haywood and Evans and so much more. You do need it in addition to the new English BCU guide.