- Last Updated on Monday, 04 March 2013 10:19
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THE BITCHES (Tidal rapid) - Classic playspots in Ramsey Sound. (photos)
CARDIFF INTERNATIONAL WHITE WATER COURSE - South Wale's premier artificial site.
AFON CAMDDWR - Swift remote grade 2.
AFON CRAI - a tributary of the Usk.
AFON ELAN - a Wye tributary. (photos)
AFON EWENNY (Ogmore tributary)
AFON GWAUN - a tree strewn Pembrokeshire stream.
AFON RHONDDA FAWR (Head of Valley to Porth) - Low volume stream exploration.
AFON SENNI - another tiny Usk tributary.
AFON TAFF (Quaker's Yard to Trefforest) - grade 2 touring, getting cleaner! (photos)
AFON TAFF (Pontypridd to Cardiff) - easy year-round touring. (photos)
AFON TAFF (near Llandaff) - short tidal paddle.
AFONS TAFF AND ELY (Ely Bridge to Millenium Stadium Bridge via Cardiff Bay) - touring through Cardiff.
AFON TAWE (Abercraf to Ystradgynlais) - a grade 2-3 trip below the classic harder sections. (photos)
AFON TEIFI (Llanddewi Brevi to Lampeter) - spate touring.
AFON TEIFI (Llanfirangel to Llandysul) - flat water section.
AFON TEIFI (Cenarth to Llechryd) - classic flatwater touring.
AFON TEIFI (Llechryd to the sea) - a pleasant easy trip with the potential for surfing at the end.
AFON TYWI (From near Castel Dryslwyn) - glorious float trip.
AFON TYWI (Junction Pool to Dolauhirion) - excellent grade 2-3 fun.
LOWER OGMORE (Ogmore Vale to Ogmore Beach)
RIVER USK (Sennybridge to Aberbran) - an excellent introduction to whitewater. (photos)
RIVER USK (Brecon to Talybont) - an easy and scenic long trip.
RIVER USK (Talybont to Llangynidr) - an easy trip with a harder rapid at the end.
RIVER WYE (Rhayader to Llanwrthwl) - good alternative if section above is too high.
RIVER WYE (Newbridge to Builth Wells) - an easy touring paddle.
RIVER WYE (Builth Wells to Boughrood) - a classic intro to whitewater, including 'Hell Hole'! (photos)
RIVER WYE (Ross on Wye to Symonds Yat East) - a classic touring paddle.
AFON AERON (Ciliau Aeron to Aberaeron) - great in spate.
AFON AFAN (Cymer to Pontrhydyfen)
NANT CLYDACH - a short difficult gorge near Pontypridd. (photos)
UPPER CLYDACH- short grade 4 blast at Pontardawe.
AFON DOETHIE - very remote paddling near Llyn Brianne. (photos)
CWM DU - a short grade 3-4.
AFON DULAIS (Crynant to Aberdulais) - Neath Tributary with a harder rapid.
AFON EASTERN CLEDDAU (Pont Hywel to Llangwm Ford) - great little Pembrokeshire adventure/.
AFON EDW (Cregrina to Wye Confluence) - a moderately easy Wye tributary.
AFON GARW (Ogmore tributary)
AFON GRWYNE FAWR (Grwyne Fawr Reservoir to the Usk) - exciting Usk tributary.
AFON HEPSTE - Worth the slog to get to it. (photos)
AFON HONDDU - Usk trib, finishes with an urban gorge!
AFON IRFON - a little paddled mid-Wales gem. (photos)
AFON MELLTE - a waterfall extravaganza (or take your boat walking for a day). (photos)
AFON NEDD FECHAN - a great spate run near to the Hepste and Mellte. (photos)
AFON NYFER - a grade 3 spate tree ditch near Newport, with a harder top section.
AFON RHONDDA FACH - an easier warmup before the Rhondda Fawr.
AFON RHONDDA FAWR (Porth to Hopkinstown)- a possibly unique urban big water experience! (photos)
AFON SAWDDE (Llwynfron to Three Horseshoes Pub) - a good addition to the lower Sawdde gorge. (photos)
AFON SAWDDE (three Horseshoes Pub to River Twyi confluence) - a lovely little gorge. (photos)
AFON TAFF FECHAN - the raging river of Merthyr Tydfil. (photos)
AFON TARELL - grade 3 Usk tributary.
AFON TAWE (Glyntawe to Abercraf) - the opposite of the upper section, but still great!
AFON TEIFI (Llandysul to Cenarth Falls) - a pleasant flatwater trip with a (very) few harder rapids or portages.
AFON TWRCH - another boat-carry...but worth it if it's been raining!
AFON TYWI (Above Llyn Brianne) - remote exploratory paddle!
AFON TYWI (Llyn Brianne to Junction Pool) - classic Welsh grade 4 pool drop. (photos)
RIVER WYE (Llangurig to Rhayader) - a classic section of grade 3-4 paddling. (photos)
AFON YSGIR (Pont Faen to Pont ar Ysgir) - Usk tributary. (photos)
AFON YSTWTYH (Blaenycwm Farm to Cwmystwyth Bridge) - grade 3-4.
AFON DILIW (Ystwyth tributary) - walk-in with hard gorge.
AFON MARTEG - tributary of the Wye with access problems.
AFON TAWE (Upper Section to Glyntawe) - a fantastic steep mountain river. (photos)