WHORLTON BECK

North of the Trent drainage, flowing to the North Sea
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Mark R
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This isn't really a paddleable option and hardly warrants a guide, but I'll keep it in for comedy value!

Incidentally, the current recommended get out at Whorlton is at this trib and back along the footpath towards the bridge.
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Looked a barely paddleable level this morning, but it is very full of trees - and what you land in on the Tees was horrific (1.98m on the Barney gauge, and falling).

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