SUP Touring Intro
A self-sufficient expedition. Just you and your guide and everything you need for your overnight expedition. This is a great way to learn about the skills and equipment needed for a succesful multi-day journey.
Day 1 – 10.5 miles
Day 2 – 10.5 miles
Campsite – Mill House Camping
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What To Bring
- Sleeping bag and pillow
- Two lunches, breakfast and evening meal
- 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
- Portage Trolley
- Spacious tent just for you
- Comfy sleep mat
- Camping stove and cooking equipment
- An expert guide
Don’t be fooled by the distances – this is still a demanding trip. There are 33 locks to navigate on the journey which takes in canals and the River Severn.
Day 1 – We’ll meet bright and early on the outskirts of Worcester, issue all you equipment and head off on the canal network to our overnight campsite.
Day 2 – After packing up camp there’s a short journey by canal before joining the River Severn and heading back to Worcester. Here we’ll rejoin the canal network and head through the city back to our starting point.
Please note that the campsite is located near a busy road – bring some ear plugs if you’re a light sleeper!