UK, Scotland - Canoe & Camp Weekend, Grade 1 
River Tweed

Talk to us about scheduling your own private session. With a minimum of 4 paddlers you can choose a date and time to suit you!

  • £150 per person
  • £50 deposit
Technical Skill
Fitness Level

Frequently asked questions

Canoe River Tweed Adventure Details


A wonderful canoe adventure along the River Tweed. Wild-camping, wildlife spotting and campfire dining! Bring together family and friends for a fantastic fun adventurous camping and canoe weekend. Setting off from Peebles in the Scottish Borders, you’ll spend the day paddling along this magnificent river, taking in the beautiful sights. Viewing a location from this perspective is pretty special, and it soon becomes apparent why so many people choose to spend their leisure time paddling! You’ll spend a night camping at a secluded spot, where you’ll be dished up a campfire dinner and will enjoy a cheeky glass of wine or two. Day two will have you waking up at sunrise and having a cooked breakfast on the riverbank before setting off to start another glorious day. You’ll finish your journey close to the quaint little village of St Boswells, located south side of the river.




Prerequisite (what experience should I have)


  • This is a trip suitable for the family. If you have no canoe experience we can take you out for a 2 hour intro session beforehand, or we can spend the first morning of the weekend learning the skills.




What’s included


We provide you with all the canoeing and safety equipment.

  • Wetsuit – please check your wetsuit requirements in the sizing chart below, you will be asked to provide your wetsuit size required during the booking process.
  • Buoyancy aid
  • Canoe and paddle (in wet and windy conditions you will be supplied with a cagoule.)
  • All camping equipment
  • Meals and refreshments for the weekend
  • Return transfer from our base in Newcastle
  • Pictures from your session will be available to download from our Flickr account




What should I bring to the adventure?


  • Swimwear for under your wetsuit
  • A big fluffy towel for afterwards
  • Soft shoes to wear inside your canoe that might get a bit wet (no flip flops or crocs please)
  • Warm clothing and jumpers for camping
  • Feel free to bring shorts and tee on a warm sunny day (no wetsuit required)
  • Sleeping bag




Venue location, parking and your arrival details


We'll be meeting at our Newcastle base in Newcastle on the morning of the first day and driving to our riverside start location along the River Tweed.





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