River Severn Trips

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River Severn Canoe Hire & Kayak Hire

We offer river Severn canoe hire and kayak hire. If you would like to canoe down the River Severn for the day or over a number of days, then contact our team today and we will be happy to help out. We do get very busy and most weekends will get booked out, so recommend getting in early to avoid being disappointed.

Bridgenorth to Arleysingle day trip including Severn Valley steam railway ticket (10.5 miles)

Take a day trip on the River Severn traveling though the stunning countryside from Bridgenorth to Arley. This trip is only £32 per person which also includes your return fare on the Seven Valley Railway.

Bridgenorth to Bewdleylong single day trip including Severn Valley steam railway ticket (14 miles)

This is a longer 1-day trip for those who want a good full day of paddling down the river Severn, including a ticket on the Severn Valley steam railway to take you back to your start location.

Coalport to Bewdley2 day trip including Severn Valley steam railway ticket (21 miles)

Canoe from Coalport to Bewdley down the River Severn and then take an authentic steam train ride on the Seven Valley Railway back to the start. Only £60 for the weekend!

River Severn in brief:

The River Severn is the second longest river in the British Isles at roughly 354 kilometres (220 mi). It gains an altitude of 610 metres (2,001 ft) within the Cambrian Mountains in Plynlimon, near Llanidloes in Powys. It then flows through a number of locations including Shrewsbury, Worcester and Gloucester and has the largest water flow in England and Wales.

Booking

All bookings need to fill out the form in the top right corner of this page for us to get right back to you with availability and pricing. If you just have a quick question however, call us direct on 01432 264 807.

More questions? Check out or FAQ’s page.

What’s included?

  • Boat hire, either canoe or kayak depending on your preference
  • Paddles
  • Buoyancy aids
  • Waterproof barrel
  • River Map
  • Recovery by Severn Valley railway back to your start point
  • Safety brief and basic instruction before setting off