BYECROSS CAMPSITE TO HEREFORD

RIVER TRIPS

After your little bobble down Monnington falls the river slows to a relax steady pace. Byecross to Hereford cuts right through the heart of the beautiful Herefordshire countryside with some great views and lovely little picnic spots.

BYECROSS CAMPSITE TO HEREFORD

From our base in Byecross start your journey by enjoying a little bobble down Monnington fall and continue gently on to the wonderful Cathedral city of Hereford.

Quiet Waters

Until you reach the final rowing club straight the river from Byecross Hereford is one of the quietest stretches on the Wye. You may see the odd paddler however compared to the Hay or Symonds Yat area you’re practically on your own.

Spectacular Scenery

After your little bobble down Monnington falls the river slows to a relax steady pace. Byecross to Hereford cuts right through the heart of the beautiful Herefordshire countryside with some great views and lovely little picnic spots.

Rowing Club Straight

Few nature rivers can boost such a straight section of water making it ideal for rowing and all manner of other paddlesports. Throughout the day the rowing club is pretty quiet however should you see another boat please give way (as they are usually bigger and faster than you) and stay to the right.

TRIP COSTS

From Only £30.00pp

Hereford Kayak Canoe expect this trip to last up to 4-5 hours, starting from £30.00pp

HEREFORD KAYAK CANOE

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & CONSIDERATIONS

Think Ahead

It’s important to bring suitable clothing for the weather conditions of the day, however, always think ahead…it's better to be prepared for the worst than getting caught out!! Waterproofs and a warm layer are essential

 

Sun Factor

We all love a little canoeing on a sunny day. Canoeing gives you very little protection from the sun and the added glare coming up off the water only adds to the heat. A sun hat, sunglasses, sun cream and even a long-sleeved shirt are priceless and essential bits of kit on a sunny day. Remember to suncream the knees!!

 

Food & Drink

When out on any river trip it is hugely important to bring enough food and water – There are sections of the River Wye can be fairly remote and opportunities to restock on food and water can be few and far between. Ensure to take enough food and drink with you to keep you going for the duration of the day.