Wanted: Flat water Anglesey/North Wales

Severn/ Rheidol catchment and north
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Wanted: Flat water Anglesey/North Wales

Post by Rach...rawhhh » Thu Aug 06, 2015 10:11 pm

Hi, I'm after some flat water for some beginners around Anglesey and North Wales, as much as I'm trying to research for some, I'm really struggling to find much (it seems to have some nicer rivers around), I'm not after anything even grade 2, please; lakes, canals and all the rest.

I'd really appreciate some advice and directions as soon as possible as I just can't find much, if you could even drop me an email or text on either Rachel.C.E.Porter@hotmail.co.uk or07443656505

Many Thanks in advance.

Rach Porter

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Re: Wanted: Flat water Anglesey/North Wales

Post by John K » Fri Aug 07, 2015 6:23 am

How about the Inland Sea between Anglesey and Holy Island? It's tidal but very sheltered.

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Re: Wanted: Flat water Anglesey/North Wales

Post by twopigs » Fri Aug 07, 2015 9:00 am

Llyn Padarn - Llanberis? Llyn Mymbyr - Capel Curig? Lake Bala?

Nice lakes .... But watch out for the wind.
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