Do you need a licence to kayak on the river Severn?
River Licensing Information
The section from Pool Quay near Welshpool and Stourport does not require a licence. The section below Gloucester is tidal and therefore does not require a licence.
Can you canoe on the river Test?
The fact that 3rd parties do not need our consent to use a canoe on a river ….. There are no rules …. only the law, before which all (anglers and canoeists) are equal.
Can I Kayak on River Severn?
We offer a range of self-guided canoe & kayak trips on the River Severn & Canal including Bridgnorth-Arley, Bridgnorth to Hampton Loade, Bridgnorth to Bewdley and Kayak trips based at The Vine in Kinver. … Enjoy a kayak trip and a pub meal, the perfect day out!
Can you launch a kayak anywhere?
Kayaks, canoes and paddleboards do not need to use boat ramps. You can launch from just about anywhere there is permitted access. Keep your vehicle off ramps designed for trailer boats.
Can you kayak down the River Itchen?
The River Itchen is river of two halves. The lower river, navigable to any craft, is home to a combination of pleasure craft and industry, mostly in decay. It is approximately three miles from Woolston to Woodmill. The river provides two hours of sheltered paddling, but there are other more attractive places to paddle.
Can you walk along the River Test?
The Test Way is a 44-mile long distance walking route that will take you from its dramatic start, high on the chalk downs at Inkpen, to follow much of the course of the River Test to Eling where its tidal waters flow into Southampton Water.
The Severn is navigable between Stourport and Sharpness – a distance of 50 nautical miles. The navigable route avoids the dangerous stretch of the river below Gloucester by using the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal.