Kayaking near Sedbergh

Kayaking near Sedbergh

The rivers Lune, Rawthey and Clough are renown for their excellent and challenging whitewater, and attract keen kayakers from all over the north west when conditions are good. More information can be found in the UK Rivers Guidebook. Or discover the relative calm of Killington Lake, which provides canoers and kayakers with something a little different.

Strid on the Lune

If you would like expert guidance or tuition, then ComeKayaking based at Killington Lake, near Sedbergh, can provide a range of experiences for all levels of ability. Offering a number of unique packages, including flat water sea kayaking, flat water kayak touring, white water river touring and white-water slalom. They can also provide a number of canoe experiences as well.

River Clough

ComeKayaking is a family-based team of passionate coaches who boast a combined total of over 60 years’ coaching experience as well as invaluable experience gained competing in international competition, representing Great Britain.

For those wanting to experience something more sedate then you could take the opportunity to explore part of the Kendal to Lancaster Canal taking to the water to explore the Tewitfield to Lancaster canoe trail

Sailing on Killington Lake

Alternatively, you could try your hand at several other watersports on Killington Lake, with sailing or windsurfing available through Killington Sailing Association.

There really is something for everyone to experience the waterways in and around Sedbergh, all set against the backdrop of some of the UK’s most beautiful countryside.