The River Wye is one of the longest rivers in the UK, far too long to manage in a single weekend. We’ve chosen a section that’s perfect for a couple of days on the river.
Between Hereford and Ross-On-Wye
We usually spend the first day heading down river from the campsite to Ross-on-Wye.
Day two is a shorter journey that will finish at the campsite and have you ready to head home by 4.00pm.
Campsite – Tresseck
Cost – £250
2-4 June, 7-9 June, 30 June-2 July, 5-7 July
What To Bring
- Sleeping bag and pillow
- Snacks to keep you going
- Comfortable clothes/shoes for paddling
- Dry clothes/shoes for the campsite
- Previous paddle boarding experience
- A dazzling smile -perhaps some toothpaste too
What We Provide
- High quality touring boards, paddle, leash with quick release waist belt
- Buoyancy Aid
- Dry bag
- Spacious tent just for you
- Comfy sleep mat
- Breakfast, lunch and evening meal
- Tea and coffee
- An expert guide
- All transport
- Pick-up in Hereford if required
Although our expeditions start on different days and in different locations they all follow roughly the same pattern.
Day 1 – Aim to arrive at the campsite between 5pm and 7pm. Your tent will be ready for you and we’ll cobble something together for dinner. There’ll be the chance to give our paddle boards a try before you head off in the morning.
Day 2 – After breakfast and making your lunch we’ll introduce your guide, issue kit and give you a safety briefing. When you arrive back at camp we’ll feed you and make sure you have a great evening.
Day 3 – Breakfast and lunch making again, packing away anything you don’t need. We’ll transport you upstream so you end your day on the river back at the campsite.
Fancy touring down the River Wye without the luxury of someone setting up camp and cooking for you?
Have a look at what’s on offer.