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Sea Kayaking in the Northeast of England

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Trip List

A list of the main sea trips in the area.
Trip Link. Description.
St Abbs Head. High cliffs, lots of sea caves, stacks, rocky beaches and thousands of nesting sea birds in the spring.
Berwick to Eyemouth. Cliffs, numerous sea caves, tunnels and fishing villages.
The tidal stretch of the River Tweed. A sheltered trip for those bad weather days. The historic walls of Berwick, 4 bridges, country houses and swans.
Circumnavigation of Holy Island. A unique trip around a large tidal island with castles, priories, long sandy beaches and rocky headlands. Together with interesting tidal predictions to avoid a long walk back.
The Farne Islands. Beautiful scenery, cliffs, sea stacks, fast tidal streams and overfalls, and a surfeit of birds in the spring and seals combine to make this a superb trip with something for everyone.
Beadnell to Boulmer. This is a lovely trip with long sandy beaches, rocky headlands, reefs and islands, a castle, and tiny fishing harbours and villages.
Boulmer to Amble. Rocky headlands, long sandy beaches and beautiful fishing villages.
Coquet Island. Lovely rocky Island, situated one mile off shore, RSPB Nature Reserve.

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For questions regarding sea paddling in the Northeast or problems with this site please contact - [ john_rae@dsl.pipex.com ].

This page was last updated on April 12th, 2008.