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Developed as a venue to host international
competitions in the 1970’s, today more users come to this recognised centre of
excellence to enjoy their first experiences and the thrill of white water.
The centre was the first commercial white
water rafting operation in the UK and because the water is controlled by a dam,
we often have white water on days that other rivers are just a trickle – just one
of the many things attracting 120,000 visitors to the centre every year.
The unique location and facilities at the centre are a magnet for enthusiastic paddlers and tourists alike. It is a choice venue
for corporate groups to hold meetings and events in a stunning rural
environment and has also been a site for filming News programmes,
documentaries, short films, soaps and feature films.
The National White Water Centre is managed,
through a wholly owned subsidiary company, by Canoe Wales, the National
Governing Body for paddlesport. Canoe Wales is a not for profit company, so
every penny that is generated by commercial activity goes back into canoe
clubs, coaching, sport development and membership programmes in Wales.
Without the National White Water Centre the
initiatives and programmes that Canoe Wales run would be massively reduced. We hope
our customers agree that as well as maintaining the centre, the fact that the
profits go into more than the owners’ pockets makes the activities and centre
even more valuable.
Click here for directions to the centre.
The menu on the left hand side will help you find out more about the National White Water Centre or if you still have questions you can contact us on 01678 521083.