PaddleMore Stories

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We at PaddleMore are all about inspiring you to get out on the water and there’s no better way than through the tall tales and epic adventures of seasoned paddlers. Our featured stories range from the quick and inspirational pieces, to long and intricate expeditions, but we guarantee all of them will make you want to get out and paddle.

Our spotlight series shines a light on influential paddlers and we ask them all about their paddling careers, what they’re working on now and find out a bit more about what makes them tick both on and off the water.

Grab a brew and take a read of some of the great stories we have here from the friends of PaddleMore. If you have a story to share, click here to tell us all about it and we’ll get it online and out to the paddling community as soon as possible.

Disclaimer: This post is late because we’ve been out boating.  We’re stoked that we’re able to get out on the
Often I get asked the question, ‘Where’s your favourite place to paddle?’ Commonly I respond with ‘Scotland’ or ‘Loch Lomond
“It was shaping up to be a good couple of days. The weather was looking warm and dry and the
For the last few days I had watched as they readied their yachts.  It was time again for the round
I was making plans for my time off in August, when Moose rang me out of the blue to tell
The Tana river is the longest river in Kenya. Starting from the Aberdare mountain region and flowing all the way
I stood, blowing life into my hands, untying the boat off the roof had drawn what little heat they had
24 kilometres never really sounds like it’s that big a day when you’re sat with a brew in your hand
More commonly known as Wallaby island, Inchconnachan is situated amongst the larger islands in the middle of Loch Lomond. Having visited
How do we introduce someone who has done so much? Debs is the former world champion, twice, has penned several