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Birmingham University Kayak Club – Cardiff, Scotland and NSR

Scotland This Easter saw some of our intermediate and advanced paddlers head way up north to The Highlands for the club’s annual Easter Scotland trip. Joined by some friendly ex-members, a fun week was had by all, undeterred by irritatingly low water levels.   In between paddling some beautiful gorges and a couple of runs …

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Surf sessions at the Falls of Lora

On Sunday a group of us headed up to Scotland for a wee bit of camping and surfing at one of the UK’s best play spots: the Falls of Lora, a tidal race flowing out of Loch Etive. With the Jed, Loki and Varun we were able to catch pretty much every wave that formed …

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The Varun Mystery

On first appearances the Varun might confuse, it’s a little bit of a freestyler, but you probably won’t see people seriously competing it, mixed up with a little bit of a river runner means its main niche is bigger volume rivers where you need some speed, but want to stop and throw down some big …

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Having Fun in the Small Varun

I’ve been paddling in the small Varun since last spring and have been loving it! I love to do downriver play and to do class IV creeking in my playboat, so it’s been a super fun boat. Here is some footage from some North Carolina goodness, the Nolichucky, a class III play run and the …

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