National Trails Day – Sunday 7th October

National Trails Day 2012 was a great success, 240 people took part on the day throughout the 8 paddles that were put on by the clubs and providers. Paddlesport in a whole had great coverage in the media. This included The Irish News, The Belfast Telegraph and also the BBC.

The Lower Bann paddle was ran by Xplore Outdoors with help from Causeway Coast Kayak Association. Please click here for what Xplore Outdoors had to say about the day.

The Blackwater paddle was ran by Lisburn City Paddlers . This paddle got great coverage from the BBC please follow link here. Please click here for what Lisburn City Paddlers had to say about the day.

The Strangford paddle which started at Delamont was run by Action Outdoors and Intercity Paddlers Canoe Club . Please click here for what Intercity Paddlers had to say about the day.

The Foyle paddle was run by Foyle Paddlers and Far and Wild. Please click here for what Foyle Paddlers and Far and Wild had to say about the day.

The Upper Bann paddle in Portadown was run by C3 Craigavon Canoe Club. Please click here for what C3 had to say about the day.

The Upper Lough Erne paddle at the Lakeland Forum was run by Erne Paddlers .Please click here for what Erne Paddlers had to say about the day.

The Strangford paddle which started at White Rocks was ran by Belfast Kayak Club . Please click here for what Belfast Kayak Club had to say about the day.

The Upper Lough Erne paddle at the Share Centre was run by Share Holiday Village . Please click here for what Share Holiday Village had to say about the day.
Please follow link for photo’s

CANI would like to say a big thank you to all the clubs and providers that were involved in delivering Paddlesport sessions for National Trails Day.

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