River Kayak

Club coach Pete Ritchie shows what he can do! Seem to recall this is at Grandtully.

 

 

Open Canoe

Club members Sue and Sandy houston on the South Esk. Water levels need to be up on both the North and South Esk's before there is an reasonable routes down!

 

 

Sea Kayak

Club member Andrew Noble tries out one of the new (at the time) sea kayaks. The club has a small but growing sea kayak section.

 

 

Tweets from Angus Canoe Club @anguscanoeclub
  • Alan, Hannah, and Iain at Monikie providing safety cover for the Midland District Open Water Swimming Championship

  • Just watching last night Adventure Show on iPlayer. Slalom on Tay at Stanley. That's the way to do it.

  • At long last a giant step forward in our quest for a storage facility. A couple of details to iron out this pm and we might be there!

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You're in luck!  You've reached the home page of the Angus Canoe Club.  Now that you've found us, why not take a look at what we do by choosing from the links on this page?

 

The club have been actively paddling as a club since January 2003, having been initially formed by a group of like minded paddlers under an initiative by the then Angus Council Community Education Department, in the guise of Steve Scott.

 

Constituted as a club in October 2002, we maintain a healthy membership despite the vagaries of the Scottish weather, and both junior and adult members take part in many varied activities.

 

One of the principle aims of the club is to introduce members, young and old, to the many different forms of paddlesport. In the main, we undertake white water kayaking and canoeing.

 

Membership is on an annual basis and up to date costs and other administrative details can be found here.

 

Angus Canoe Club is affiliated to Forfar Sailing Club and as such benefits from access to flat water, club room, changing facilities and storage.

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