||Ashley, James and Mark
Back to the beauty of Pembrokeshire but the detailed planning will have to wait until we have an idea what the weather is doing. We do this trip each year and there’s lots of great paddling in the area.
This is posted as an Improver standard paddle which implies paddlers should you should be confident in moving water (small waves) including launching/landing. You should also be happy being rescued and be able to rescue someone else. There will be stretches where landing will not be possible so ensure you are up for it.
We will be camping for 3 nights and paddling each day subject to weather and sea conditions. It’s a great opportunity to get lots of paddling in and improve your skills. It’s open to any level as there will be more than one trip available each day. We will be staying at Celtic Camping, just outside St. David’s. If you want to join us you need to be quick as the campsite currently has spaces but not for long.
Further details will be promulgated well beforehand.
You must satisfy yourself that this trip is suitable for you, that you are sufficiently experienced, able and willing to paddle at the advertised level. For detailed guidance, see trip categoristion. If in doubt, seek guidance from the advertised leader before registering.
You must register if you intend to come. Places are restricted in an effort to maintain an acceptable experience ratio amongst participants. If it's full, contact the trip leader to see whether any more places can be made available.
If you change your mind, that's okay! But please contact the trips officer as soon as you know so that someone else can register in your place.
You must bring suitable equipment or make arrangements for someone to bring it for you (eg. kayak). See what to bring.
You are advised to book a club boat, if you need one, please enter your boat of choice on the notice board in the BCC store.. A summary of the clubs Sea Kayaks is here.