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Spooky canoe trails

Canoeing is something that almost everyone can take part in. Whether you’re a complete beginner or a professional paddler, why don’t you take to the water and check out some spooky trails this Halloween?

An illustration of a canoe trail Spooky canoe trail

Our work to keep the canals open and accessible for everyone who wants to paddle never stops. Why don’t you take advantage of our work and visit us this Halloween? Send a shiver down your spine and get some exercise at the same time.

Our friends over at British Canoeing have put together some spooktacular canoe trails for you to try out. With ghosts and ghouls galore they are sure to be a scream but will you dare to take one on? From phantom paddlers to mythical beasts and murderous locals, who knows what you may spot on your journey?

Fang-tastic trails

Do you have the stomach to be joined by an eerie figure over the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, dodge the miserable executioner in Derby or spy Lord Byron's first love hiding between the trees in Nottingham?

These fang-tastic trails will make for a great club outing, family trip or day out with your friends.

Find out about these trails and more on the British Canoeing website.

Last date edited: 25 October 2017